Pretty soon, I was overwhelmed with all the admin work that goes into a job search--keeping track of which companies I applied to and how far along I was in the interview process, responding to emails from recruiters, drafting LinkedIn messages to people in my network, and tracking all the different versions of my resume and cover letter.
It was overwhelming and made an already-frustrating job search nearly unbearable.
Pretty soon, I realized that I needed systems and organization. But I'm not a typically "organized" person, so I needed them to be simple enough that I would actually keep up with them.
Long story short, I did get a job that I actually wanted (and still have, over a year later), thanks in no small part to my simple-but-necessary organization systems.
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