Before that, it seems like a good way to expand the job search may be to look overseas. Over at the Brook's Blog (and on some of the philosophy listservs) there've been a some non-USA job postings. I've heard before that it's harder than you think to get the VISA or whatever you need for work permits in Europe. Somehow it seems like philosophy departments should be able to hire people without thinking about that stuff (but maybe that's just my American bias... you mean I have to listen to what another government says I can do?!?). Makes you feel like you should fool with international justicy stuff.
All that was to say, is it actually that hard to get work permits or whatever to take a position somewhere like the UK or Netherlands?
-- Second Suitor