The Worst thing You Can do When You’re Unemployed is Spend all Your Time Looking for a Job

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The spring of 2009 was one of the most difficult times to graduate from any kind of school. We were in the midst of a global economic recession. Employers were receiving upwards of 1000 resumes from overqualified candidates for one 1 job. That’s the story of people who chose to react to a crisis with fear, panic, and anxiety.

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