A job hunt is a physical and emotional commitment so seekers should be prepared for all phases of the search -- kicking it off, finding leads, converting opportunities and negotiating, according to Kourtney Whitehead. "Finding a new and better job will test your emotional fortitude, but don't get discouraged. It is ultimately worth the effort," writes Whitehead.
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