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Do you dawdle in your job search? - schooling

 

I looked up the clearness of "to dither" ahead of inscription this article. It is to be disconcerted and in a jumpy state.

My definition, however, as it relates to a job huntsman is that some associates will spend many notes and hours, in the hunt for a way out of looking for a job. It is a national of procrastination.

But "dithering" also can mean, going from one action to another. For example: Characters down names of citizens to call about jobs, but never building the calls or putting one's consideration onto other things.

All kinds of motions/actions are made to find a job. They all add up to busy work and the committed tasks are left out.

How will a anyone stop this lack of purpose and get a touch done on their own behalf? Location goals with a certain timeline to accomplish them, are what job seekers HAVE to do.

"Dithering" is good for butterflies and birds, but not for job seekers.

Marilyn J. Tellez, M. A. , Proficient Job & Career Transition Coach--Email: doitnow@nwinfo. net Web site is: www. doitnowcareers. info Phone: (509) 469-3514


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