I'm hoping to get advice from those who have done long-distance job searching both domestically and internationally. I have read so much about the topic online and have my resume perfected (including the whole non-local address issue), but there's still a struggle. Right now I'm unemployed and recently graduated (with an employable degree, thankfully). I thought I knew what I wanted for my life a mere 4-5 months ago and now, I have absolutely no idea. I do know, however, that I'm very willing to move out of my current city/state and try somewhere new for awhile (no idea how long- it's part of the journey). I started out by applying to job opportunities related to my intended career in 5 different cities that I'm willing to relocate to immediately (2 of which aren't even in the U.S.). However, the jobs available to my intended career path and even my major are of course limited in this economy, so I even started to look into the Peace Corps and volunteer organizations abroad. Or even just dropping everything to travel for 2-3 months.
My strategy in taking this approach initially (for the first month) was to try many different options and just see which one naturally "works itself out". This way I'm not stressing about it, I'm just trying things and seeing which will work itself out. Now, however, I'm questioning this approach and how effective it is. Should I do more soul-searching, narrow my options down to a few locations/opportunities and then do the searching? I'm completely open to moving to all of the metropolitan cities I have in mind, but I worry that my job search will be endless if I don't start focusing in more.
Any general advice would be appreciated. For job searching long-distance and/or just for figuring out what to do with your life post-graduation.