In my recent post, I discussed the relative complexity, confusion, and uncertainty of life after college. Much of this uncertainty stems from the inevitable career search, that hunt for stability and purpose.
But job searches aren’t just for recent graduates.
I didn’t graduate yesterday; however, I’ve scanned job boards and crafted tedious cover letters more frequently within the last decade than I care to admit. Many millennials and non-millennials find themselves turning again and again to the job search for a variety of reasons, even while they’re more or less gainfully employed.