No Experience Necessary
Question by bullet_to_the_brain: How many years of work experience do you need before you can find a decent-paying job out-of-town?
I really hate the city I live in, especially the people, and I cannot take it anymore. I wanted to relocate immediately after graduating from university, but no one wanted to hire someone fresh out of college with no relevant experience. I have traveled all around the country and narrowed my search down to a few select cities. Is it possible for someone with one year of relevant work experience — plus a Bachelor’s degree — to land a job in Seattle, Sacramento, Minneapolis, Tampa, Charlotte, Nashville, Memphis, Dallas, Houston, Austin, Richmond or Baltimore? Or are employers looking for candidates with several years of experience? I like my current job, but I cannot tolerate this city/region; never have, never will. Please help me out… I have never relocated before and am desperate to be the next person to make his exodus from this sinking hellhole.
Answer by Gigi
It really depends on what you do. For instance, if you were in the medical field, like nursing or occupational therapy, you shouldn’t have a problem. The same would probably apply for a teaching degree. But if you were in certain business or financial fields, it may be more difficult for you.
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