The number of job hunters looking to relocate overseas to hunt abroad is increasing, but it isn’t necessarily a good thing, according to job hunting experts.
Hunter Hollis says that while hunting abroad is the most popular way to hunt, it doesn’t necessarily translate into a higher return on investment.
“I do believe there is a risk that job hunting in the US may be negatively impacted by the high level of unemployment in the state,” he said.
However, job hunting opportunities in the U.S. are improving, according in the latest USA Today survey.
Job hunting abroad has been trending higher over the past year, with job seekers now spending more than $10,000 a year on the option, according the survey.
Job hunting overseas offers are being offered in every state in the United States, and it appears that job seekers are more willing to travel abroad than ever before.
The job hunting industry is booming with some job hunters saying that the industry is growing exponentially, even as unemployment continues to rise in many states.
As of last month, nearly one in five job hunters said they had traveled abroad, according USA Today.
According to Holles, job hunters are looking to move overseas to work, but many are going to choose to work in the states that are offering the best opportunities.
The most popular states for job hunting outside of the U., according to USA Today are Florida, Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and Washington.
There are also many states that offer job hunting that aren’t on the top of the list of job hunting states.
States that offer the best job hunting options, according Holls, are Alaska, Wyoming, Louisiana, North Dakota and Montana.