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Asian Games or Asiad are a multi-sport event taking place every four years among the athletes from all over the Asia.
What if the applicant expresses an interest in relocating to your area provided he or she gets a job first?
Are out of state applicants treated differently if they are entry, mid, Director and Executive levels — meaning the higher up you are and the position you apply for, the more likely you will be considered as an out of state applicant? For higher-level or hard-to-fill jobs, location isn’t much of an issue.
What is your take, as a hiring manager, on job applicants who apply to positions in your company from out of state (let’s say New York applicant for a California job)?
Do they immediately go to the circular file or are they considered as seriously as other applications?