Long distance job hunting

Subject: Long distance job hunting
From: "Chaim Chatan [ENG]" <chaimc -at- elal -dot- co -dot- il>
To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTS -dot- RAYCOMM -dot- COM
Date: Mon, 6 Sep 1999 13:00:11 +0200

I just saw a post not too long ago on long distance job hunting. I am in the
situation of really long distance job hunting. At present, I am in Israel,
and I am looking to relocate back to the United States. I have been
answering some technical writing job ads by e-mail, but I am curious to know
how U.S. employers would react to applicants from abroad, even though they
are U.S. citizens (which I happen to be). Should I first come back to the
States and really start my hunting from there, or would employers seriously
look at applicants from abroad? It is not a question of the company paying
relocation expenses--I would be willing to pay for that. The bottom line
is--should I wait to get back to the States to begin my job hunt in earnest?

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