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I say stay put and focus on resume if it doesn't kill ya and the opportunities exist. If no opportunities you can always improve your resume somewhere else, but that involves other challenges (rent, getting acclimated to a new area, loss of potential work connections, potential deterrent to hired depending where you go/apply if you have no nearby physical address (the rent/work catch 22).There's no sure-fire answer, just really depends on what you want to do with your life. If you want to be successful though, work hard on learning marketable skills. You can always travel after you have a steady income, but if you have the travel bug, then some say it's best to get it out when you're young (before you get tied down with a family, job, etc).I went travel bug route, gained some experience, but didn't really get anywhere from it. Just improved as a person a feel and had fun. Having some sort of marketable skill is essential to making a decent living though, otherwise it's usually living paycheck to paycheck which gets old real fast.
you can not build a strong resume for you have not had the job experiences to put on a resume yet ! so get the job and let the rest follow behind ! Thanks
A balance of both really. Dont work somewhere where there is no vacation.
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