CAREER & JOB SEARCH: How to Stay Motivated During a Job Search

Studies show that people give up on finding a job five months into the search, even though it takes most people seven to eight months to find a job after being unemployed. J.T. O’Donnell from suggests looking not for a job but rather for a problem to be solved. She presents a detailed method of approaching the job search as a research project in order to discover what she calls the “hidden job market.” To view this video, click here.