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Assuming that you're in the US, you're probably an at-will employee. This means that the company can fire you at any time, without any notice. Remember this, and treat the company the same way. If the company actually needs you, they can easily create a contract requiring you to stay and complete the project - for which you'd get something in return. They chose not to, so it's their problem, they should have planned for this.

You can often do phone interviews by pretending to have a doctor's appointment in the morning and doing them from home. If you can't get all the way to a job offer remotely, you'll probably end up taking days off for on-site interviews, since you'd need to travel to the other geographic locale.

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