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Two Simple Tricks For Staying Positive In A Long, Hard Job Search

One of the biggest obstacles in a depressingly drawn-out job search can be your own morale. One of the biggest obstacles in a depressingly drawn-out job search can be your own morale. You've been applying to jobs for months, and while you've gotten an interview or two, nothing has panned out. What's worse—your annoyance with your current position has reached an all-time high.
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