I will accept after the follow-up, you can review my history.
I am a qualified teacher having a hard time finding work in the states. Some friends of mine have had luck at international schools.
Can you send me more details about searching for work abroad. What would be considered a violation or not?
Please, remember that I only receive credit for helping you when you click the ACCEPT icon. Thanks again.
Any regulations or fine points you can think of about continuing to file while searching abroad?
I will continue applying for jobs in California. On top of that if I go to an interview in another country should I notify the EDD?
I want to make sure I am NOT in violation of unemplyment laws.
What if I am seeking a job in California by sending my C/V to schools there over the internet?
Essntially I am doubling my efforts.
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