One is short-term, one is long-term.
For one you need a band-aid, because it is temporary problem, and for the other you need smart diet and exercise, for long-term strength and results.
I wrote about this first in March of 2007, when JibberJobber wasn’t even a year old. Then I shared it again in 2009. It’s time to share it again.
What are you doing? Are you acting like a job seeker, or are you investing in your long-term career? I know it can get tricky to do long-term stuff when you really just need to get your paycheck back, but I challenge you to think of everything you do in today’s job search as a part of your long-term career management strategy.
Don’t make the rookie mistake of throwing everything away once you land your job. You’ll need it all – contacts, strategies, etc. – in all future job searches.