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Get professional help for your job search.

This is not a suggestion that you check yourself in to a psychiatric clinic — though sometimes you may be tempted if the job search has gone on and on without success. Most professions have state and national associations that offer valuable resources to their members. If you haven't connected with those organizations, begin by checking out the websites for information that can make your job searching easier.

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