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What's Your Job Search Strategy?

Are you unemployed and actively looking for a job? Or maybe you're employed but desperately looking for a way out of the job you hate. How about employed and casually keeping an eye open for new opportunities?

Find a jobWhatever your reason for job searching, I want to know how you do it.

Job search strategies can vary widely depending on your personal situation, your industry, the type of job you're seeking, and the kinds of pressures forcing you into the job market. Just as the strategies vary, the methods you use to execute your strategies could also be different.

Here's a list of all the common methods you could be using (and maybe already are) to find your next paying gig:

Experts say the most successful job search (you know, the one that ends with a job!) utilizes more than one method. So tell us: How are YOU job searching? Tell us which of the above methods you're using and how well they're working.

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