Keep Busy Before And After Work • “It's possible to find a job when you have a job if you make optimum use of the time slots of free time that are available to you”.
Use Your Time Off • If you have personal days or vacation days available to you, consider using one or more of them to do a more intensive job search. • Taking at least one day off can give you the time to do a job-search blitz by scheduling multiple interviews or making lots of phone calls.
Incorporate The Search In Your Day • Look for ways to turn networking events into job searches, says Lisa Chenofsky Singer of Chenofsky Singer & Associates in Millburn, New Jersey. • Attend industry meetings, conferences and speaker events, hone your elevator pitch, and look for ways to talk about the value you can bring to an organization.
Network • When you don't have the flexibility or privacy to conduct a job search during business hours, it's important to use other channels to market yourself. • Ensure your social media profiles are up to date and provide examples, case studies and proof of your abilities.