Tips for finding a job in a new city or state

08/2/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

Job seekers looking for employment in a new city must make it clear -- even in a cover letter -- why they want to move, say the career experts interviewed in this article. Also, they can save money by lining up as many interviews in one location at a time, one expert suggests. "The more you can connect with the organizations and people in the area, the more helpful that will be," notes Brett Good, with the job recruiting firm Robert Half International.

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