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Searching for Jobs in Multiple Locations? iHire’s Latest Upgrade Has You Covered

Posted: August 08, 2018

Willingness to relocate for work doesn’t mean the same thing to all job seekers. Some are open to moving anywhere in the US for the right opportunity, while others may only be willing to relocate to certain cities, metro areas, or states.

The latest upgrade to iHire’s job search tools enables you to actively search for jobs in multiple locations at once! We made this change to accommodate a wide range of search preferences and make it even easier for you to quickly find your dream job.

Here’s how it works:

In addition to searching for jobs within a specified radius around multiple cities or zip codes, you can now add more search locations to your Job Preferences including entire states and nationwide:

 

screen shot of ihire's new multiple location job search options

 

You can search in a specific city or zip code and set your radius as before, though now you can set up as many of these locations as you like:

 

screen shot of ihire's new multiple location job search city and radius option

 

With the state option, add an entire state to your job search locations list:

 

screen shot of ihire's new multiple location job search state option

 

And finally, you can create a separate search preference for a nationwide search:

 

screen shot of ihire's new multiple location job search nationwide option

 

Once you set up your job search locations, select one of them to be your primary setting. This will be used to generate your default search results. At the moment, only zip code and city locations can be set as your primary search location – more options coming soon!

 

Searching for jobs in multiple locations is easy with iHire’s job search tools. Give our new and improved Job Preferences settings a try today to get one step closer to your next great opportunity.

Natalie Winzer, iHire
Posted by: Natalie Winzer, iHire
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