You may feel start feeling down as time passes by during your job hunt. After all, there's only so many rejections that one can take right?
Well, a new study lead by a University of Minnesota psychologist says you should keep your head up. The research found that the 76 percent who kept a go-getter attitude during the job hunt found a job after four months.
"Searching for a job isn't like learning a skill, where maintaining a positive attitude may be easier as you see improvement with effort," says psychologist Ruth Kanfer, one of the researchers in the study.
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