How to land a job in a new location

02/18/2013 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

When moving to a new state without a new job, tap your higher-education network to introduce you to people in your location, Jen Guyer-Wood advises. Columnist Matt Krumrie in this article compiles tips from Guyer-Wood, who found new work in higher education when her husband had to relocate. She completed her LinkedIn profile and made it clear she was job searching, Krumrie writes. She also networked at professional gatherings and asked each person, "Is there anyone else you think I should talk to?"

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