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Old 05-02-2006, 09:48 AM   #169
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Join Date: Oct 2000
Location: Colorado
I made the suggestion earlier about "living" over there for a month during the time where they do a lot of interviewing/hiring. You have not been getting a foot in the door because of the distance involved, not to mention needing a work permit. That's 2 strikes against you when they, assumably, have a pool of viable candidates (including meeting EEO criteria) at their doorsteps already. Being over there ready for interviews would reduce one strike against you. As far as the other strike, it all depends how badly you want to do this (i.e., become a UK citizen).
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