If you’re serious about getting a job, it should be more than an full time occupation, say David Perry, who posts his blog at: http://guerrillajobhunting.typepad.com/guerrilla_job_hunting/2010/01/work-full-time-to-find-full-time-work.html

How many hours a day are you spending on your job search?

If you’re currently employed, you should carve out 3-5 hours a day to look for your next job. Mr Perry says smart job seekers use the time that others waste!   His suggestions to make more time for job search includes, to screen your phone calls; skip one television show every night; get up 30 minutes earlier and go to bed 30 minuter later on weekdays.

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