Why a bad job market shouldn't mean staying in a bad job

06/28/2013 | Lifehack.org

Workers don't have to stay in a bad job, even in a down economy, says freelance writer Juliana Weiss-Roessler. In this blog post, Weiss-Roessler advises job seekers to discreetly look for work while on the job and schedule as many interviews in a day as possible if they must be done during the week. If all else fails, freelancing or starting a new business is always an option. "You should also make sure you have 6 months to a year of living expenses, since many businesses take a long time to earn a profit," she advises.

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