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Posted on 10/07 by Dillon Fisher

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Sometimes you can’t get picky about your job search. You need to start earning a paycheck quickly. In those circumstances, there are a few tips you can follow to help you land a job fast. When you’re out of a job, the worries mount quickly. How will you pay your bills? Can you get your career back on track after an extended bout of unemployment? What should you do with your time while you wait for the right position? This is made worse by the fact that unemployment can often drag on for months. In May 2021, the average length of unemployment sat at nearly 30 weeks, according to government statistics. How can you cut down that time? Here are a few tips to help you land a job as quickly as possible.

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