In the last year, I changed the job and moved to another country. The decision was dictated by social security and political changes in my home country. Both countries are in the European Union and I work as a software developer.
I'm not happy with the outcome and I'm considering both changing the job again and maybe moving back. In the current job, I'm unsatisfied with the job organization and business area I work in. In terms of my new country, I didn't realize how much I would be affected by being disconnected from my family and friends.
Given the above circumstances, I believe the most favorable outcome for me is finding a new employer, who would allow me to work from another country. I identified some companies which have offices in both countries.
My question is how to raise this issue during the interview and still be viewed as a valuable candidate?
Should I say it right at the beginning of the recruitment process or rather at the end?
Should I even say it all?
I think it is best to communicate upfront that in the future I might want to relocate to another country and still work for the company. In case of a decision of moving back, I prefer to keep a job so as not to have short periods of employment in my CV.