By Orville Pierson on February 18, 2014
University research on job hunting often focuses on “job search intensity.” That research has repeatedly shown that maintaining a reasonably high level of job search activity (“intensity”) over an extended period of time is essential to success in job search. Unfortunately, the research also shows that most job hunters fail to do that. Studies show that the average amount of time devoted to job search is as low as 41 minutes per day. How to ensure you’re doing enough even when times get tough.