I am applying to jobs in another state. My partner and I are planning the move. Tentatively, the sooner one of us gets a job, the sooner we’ll move to that state. (In other words, if said job stated “We need you here by June 1 - we would be there by June 1.) If neither of us has a job by August, we’ll likely just move in September or October regardless.
Question: In my cover letter, should I mention the fact that the state in the address on my resume is far away from the state in which I am applying? Or just leave it alone entirely?
shadesofmauve - Yeah that’s the issue, isn’t it? I’m reading “What Color is your Parachute” right now in the hopes of figuring that out. -OR- figuring out how to figure that out. I’ll let you know if I learn anything useful. Please standby.
Few people are as smug as co-workers who just shat in a shared bathroom.
Do you loathe any of your co-workers?
‘I’m looking for something else, anything else,’ she said. ‘More hours. Better pay. Actual benefits.’