Finding a new job is a time consuming process. In order to be successful, you need to set aside a significant chunk of time every week for educating yourself about the job market, sending out resumes and cover letters and responding to requests for more information.
Never use your current employer's resources in your job search. You may want to consider dedicating a separate phone line and email address to your job search.
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