Dec 18, 2018 - 02:42 PM
If you’re in a high-demand profession, such as technology, then employers will probably have already factored in a potential move into their recruiting costs. If, however, you’re applying for an entry-level job or seeking a job in a high-demand area, you can let the employer know that you are willing to shoulder the costs of a move by stating that you are already planning on moving to the area, or that perhaps you have family in the area (if that’s the case). That way, the employer won’t be nervous about you asking for moving expenses or feel like you might quit after six months because you don’t like the commute or had no idea about the cost of living. If you’re worried that such statements will still get you eliminated, don’t include an address and instead, post a link to your website and LinkedIn page. Also, list your email address.
Aug 22, 2018 - 07:42 PM