That's entirely between you and your potential employers. The law does not prohibit any employer from hiring you while you have a stalking order against you; it also does not prohibit them from not hiring you.
Note that a stalking protective order's being issued against you - or even being upheld at a hearing - is not a criminal conviction of any sort. So if an employer asks you if you've ever been convicted of a crime, if you're subject to a restraining order but have no criminal convictions on your record, you can truthfully answer no. If you're concerned about it, you may as well disclose the order to the employer yourself, so it doesn't look like you're hiding anything.
Note that you also have the right to contest a stalking protective order, if you've been served with one within the past 30 days. You should consult with an attorney in private about this if you haven't yet done so.
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