The idea that there are many people who have it harder than you is pretty bad. I'll tell you the end result of being paralyzed in thinking by corporate livestock.

I'm a busy person, but I can do a job search in my spare time. How I tried it.

You can change jobs, even if you're busy. work
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There are many people who want to change jobs but are too busy with their current job to change jobs.

I have been in that situation before.

Since I had to devise various ways to do so, I would like to leave here my experiences and my thoughts on the matter.

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No matter how busy you are, you can still devote time to your job search.

No matter how busy you are (unless you are stuck in an office 24 hours a day), there is always time to devote to your job search in various situations.

For example, the following times

  • commuting time
  • during lunch
  • before retiring
  • holiday

Even if it takes a few minutes or even tens of minutes, you can write an entry form on your smartphone or PC and check out the latest jobs.

I myself would often check and favorite jobs during my commute to work, and I would often edit my entry sheets as well.

If the company only has interviews on weekdays, getting paid is one option.

*If you have a work environment where you can get paid.

At the company where I worked as a sales representative, there was a mysterious unspoken rule that I could never get paid, so I could not go to interviews on weekdays.

But I think some companies have environments where it is easy to get paid.

In those places, you can go to interviews with pay, and since pay is a privilege for workers, I think it is better to take advantage of it if it is easy to get.

One way is to look for or ask if Skype interviews or nighttime interviews are acceptable.

Although such companies may be few, some companies offer evening interviews for those who are looking for a new job while working.

And some companies offer Skype interviews for people who are far away or busy.

If you find a company you are interested in, it would be one way to apply for an interview.

As the online environment continues to advance, Skype interviews are likely to increase dramatically, though.

If you still can't get a good interview time.

Even if you are planning to use your paid time to interview, it may take some time to apply for the paid time, or you may not be able to make a good schedule with the company where you are scheduled to interview.

In such cases, first look for and favoritize as many jobs as possible that you think are good, and then inform the company of your intention to quit. Then, after confirming when you are quitting and the period and start date of your paid vacation, you apply for all the jobs you have saved up until that time. (Or maybe I should start applying for jobs even before then...)

And if you make it all the way to the interview, cram your schedule with paid work! The ideal situation is to

And if you get a job offer, perfect.

But this one.There is no assurance that you will get an offer.And I think it is a last resort for those who are really too busy with their time to go for an interview. So the risk is quite high.

The worst that could happen is that you do not receive a job offer.

I resigned at the spur of the moment and couldn't find a new job, so I was stuck.

So you'd better think carefully about it, so you tell the company you intend to quit and start the interview! It is really a last resort to

The feeling of not being able to decide on a company and having your paid vacation time disappear rapidly is unbearable.

I'm seriously sick, I'm so sick.

Save up a "career change fund" if you can.

This is before you start looking for a new job, but if you are even a little bit conscious of the possibility of changing jobs, it is a good idea to start saving money for a new job at that stage.

If your job search goes smoothly and you are able to leave your previous job and join your next company right away, you will not have to worry about money.

But there are times when things don't work out at all, and if you save in advance for such times, you can avoid the anxiety of having your money dwindle away.

Because when you can't find a job and you've already retired, there's a mental difference between having a secure living fund and not having one (experienced).

So if you can, I would suggest that you look into saving for a career change.


For those who have already made up their minds and are too busy to change jobs, it would be a good idea to make preparations as much as possible during the time when you are still employed, and use holidays and paid time off to advance.

If you still can't find time for a large number of interviews, you may decide to quit your job and schedule all the interviews at once while you are on a paid vacation.

I think that during the paid period is the golden time when money is generated, so I think that those who could not take the job change activity during their tenure should use this period as meaningfully as possible and work to find a new job as soon as possible!

For this reason, I think it is important to keep in mind to make the best use of the time I have available while I am employed.

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