I assume you mean talent or work. I pretty much had to travel to Vietnam from SoCal. I had one client here but had to get us connected with one in Vietnam. And I had a deal in a place called Puebla Mexico. I went for international trade but interviewed for jobs with La Prenza.
Wow I had not thought about them for a bit of a century.
I look forward more reasonable answers.
Well, it will depend on the job or the business. If the interview is for a small job or a small business at a small place, I won't travel more than a few kilometres. But if it is for a big one at a large organization, I don't mind travelling to US or some other country from my country.
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