Employers And Long-Distance Job Candidates

July 7, 2014

http://lnkd.in/bTTEpYQ. This article is meant more for staff, line employees, and lower management. And, this conversation tracks to companies and contingency search groups.

 

However, when it comes to recruiting senior executives, subject matter experts and thought leaders, employers are very open-minded when it comes to out-of-state candidates. Imports points of concern in those cases are cost of relocation to include real estate. Markets like Atlanta or Las Vegas are challenging because many candidates are under water on property values. But, its not necessarily a deal-killer.

 

Why Employers Don't Like Long-Distance Job Candidates - news.yahoo.com

 

"Employers are more hesitant to interview out-of-state candidates, and some won't even consider their applications. When an employer wants to schedule interviews quickly, this can be a major roadblock. Some candidates get...".

 

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