It's clear that many sectors of the U.S. economy are on the decline, which means that a lot of people are looking for work now or will be in the near future. Not many people actually enjoy looking for a new job; it seems to be on the list of hated activities on par with spending the holidays with the in-laws and watching infomercials for nose hair trimmers. Nonetheless, almost everyone has to look for a job at some point.
There are different reasons why people hate looking for a job. I have never liked working with recruiters who obviously care more about making their commission than they do about me.
What part of job hunting makes you want to put off the entire process for yet another week? Let us know by taking the following poll.
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Justin James is the Lead Architect for Conigent.