Let's face it: for most of us, job hunting is a means to an end. Very seldom do you meet anyone who claims to enjoy the process for itself, and when you do, they're generally such wildly extroverted people that they're fairly rare specimens of humanity in the first place. In this way, job hunting is a lot like dating — a thing you have to do, in order to get achieve your goal of a dream job or relationship, and not necessarily something you'd do for fun. That's perfectly OK. In fact, by considering the many ways in which these not-so-fun processes resemble one another, you can figure out ways to maximize the experience to get to the dream-job part that much sooner.
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This is a guest post by Yehoshua Paul. After I recently got engaged to the perfect woman , I started thinking about the two subjects, and realized that both dating and job hunting actually have a lot in common. Think about it: you often use the same tools for finding a job and finding a date, and both first dates and job interviews are basically all about your marketing skills — with one you are marketing your professional side, and with the other your personal side.