Why You Can’t Search for a Job From a Remote Location
Mark Suster

If you’re deeply committed to living in a city — move there. If you really care about having the perfect job then being in-market increases your probability 100x. Choose life. Choose your location. Move there. Get settled in. Take the time to know the city. Get your partner or family bedded down and comfortable with the place without the stress of your new work hours. And then set out to shake every hand and kiss every baby in town until you’ve networked yourself into the ideal role.

Code for “don’t hire anyone who isn’t already well-off. Poors, people trying to better their lives, anyone without fat bank need not apply”