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Chapter 13. The Job Search > Defining the Job Search

Defining the Job Search

If the idea of a job search gives you chills or causes you to perspire, you are not alone. The current market hasn’t helped quell this fear. The idea of suddenly being out of work and needing to make ends meet is certainly a cause for alarm. Part of this is brought on by the fact that we view job-seeking as something we do when we are out of work or when we are greatly dissatisfied with our current employment.

These are certainly times when a job search is warranted. However, there is another great time to begin a job search. In fact, it is during this time that you will be your most marketable. The most desirable time to look for work is when you are happily employed.


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