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I split my time between two cities that are 70 miles apart (this is a long distance in the UK). I would like to list both as my location in my CV on, but I get only one choice. Please allow multiple location values.

I know that I can enter multiple locations in the "where do you want to work" section, but this is lower down the CV and doesn't quite match my situation (where I am really in both cities).

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112km is a long distance anywhere. – random Oct 11 '09 at 9:32
Commuting 100 or more miles is not uncommon in the US. It is very uncommon in Europe. – Douglas Squirrel Oct 11 '09 at 9:43
Commuting 112km in Iceland is crossing half the country. :P (i kid) – Ólafur Waage Oct 11 '09 at 12:12
In Holland you cross the entire country (east to west, not north to south) :P – Ivo Flipse Oct 15 '09 at 9:09
Actually a 60-70 mile commute each way isn't that uncommon in the UK. I'm commuting 60 miles and I know a few people who do a lot more each day. – Timo Geusch Dec 6 '09 at 23:12

It is unlikely that employers will be searching on your personal location; this is mostly included for informational purposes.

The locations they will be searching on are at the bottom of your CV under Where do you want to work?, and can include multiple locations, as many as you want.

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While I can see where you're coming from, what about those of us who spend time in multiple countries (US an UK in my case, I can legally work both in the US and the EU)? – Timo Geusch Dec 6 '09 at 23:13

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