Brothers and sisters in arms, Mike Sarrialle from CareerRecon. I’m back.
hey, today we’re going to talk about location. If you get out of the military, and you want to move to your home of record of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, I get it. Because you’ve got family there. That’s where you want to be, you want to be close to them, because you’ve been gone for so long. makes total sense.
When you make that decision, when you sort of constrain yourself to one location, you’re limited to the industries that are in that location, as well as the functions within those industries.
when you are geographically mobile, you open your aperture to a lot more opportunities, and probably can secure a job a whole lot quicker.
Just be advised when you make that decision, you’re going to have to contend with those constraints. But in today’s market, it does help you to be geographically mobile, meaning that you are willing to go wherever the opportunity is, when you are geographically mobile, you open your aperture to a lot more opportunities, and probably can secure a job a whole lot quicker.
We understand location is something that matters to all of you. For me, Home is where the heart is. If I have to move to Louisiana, then I’m going to make sure that Louisiana wherever I settle, I’m going to make that my new home.
COVID has changed the game a little, more companies are realizing that if most of their workforce is remote, it lowers their overhead.
So guys, you may find more possibilities because of COVID or more job opportunities that are remote because of COVID. But location is going to be a consideration for all of you can do to contend with.
Alright, guys. Hope that helps. Mike Sarrialle out.