Answered by Stephanie, Hiring Expert at AT&T Inc., on Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Welcome to the PNW! Seattle is awesome. As a previous poster noted, you can certainly leave your address of your resume, but it will likely be on an online application, so it is probably not completely an option to go address-less. Networking is critical for you so the right people know you are on the hunt for a new role. Get to it! Network now, network often. This is something that can't be over expressed. College peers and teachers? Reach out to them. Co-workers and leadership from former jobs? Contact them. Professional organizations in your field? Join up. And of course relocation is a factor. Make it clear that you are not looking for a company to pay to relo you, if that's the case.
Ok, now another thought, It may be time to broaden the scope of your search. Not getting interest for the specific role you're searching for? What about a similar role in a different type of business? Are you searching for a promotional opportunity? Maybe you need to consider a lateral move. When you look at what you are sending out about yourself, truly consider if you are representing your skills and expertise in a way that is engaging and desirable to a potential future employer. If you are not sure what you could switch up, ask for help. Have a trusted person have a look at your resume or social profiles. See if you can step them up.
Best of luck!