job-hunt

job-hunt

(jŏb′hŭnt′)
intr.v. job-hunt·ed, job-hunt·ing, job-hunts
To look actively for suitable employment.

job hunter n.

job′-hunt`



v.i.
to seek employment; look for a job.
[1945–50]
job′-hunt`er, n.
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Incidentally, this step is more overlooked than any other I can think of, yet has more to do with a successful job-hunt than anything else I can think of.
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Okay, but before we continue, I just want to register my distaste for the fact that the job-hunt is all about competition.
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Written exams and interviews began early this year, and Ishibe, hoping to get a provisional employment notice from a company, spent February to June fully absorbed in the job-hunt process, but found herself exhausted and realizing that getting a job is not easy, especially amid the current economic climate.