I need to know more before I can put myself out there in the job market. How can I do this without feeling foolish? (TPOY056)

It is tempting to think that a job campaign is like a lot of other things we deal with in the 21st Century: Do the necessary work up front, push a button and your result appears.  A 19th Century analogy involving investment up front and then much learning by trial and error is a closer analogy.  This microcast looks at the job market as a place we explore, as opposed to a place we look for something and then, act.  Seeing it this way can make our career efforts less tedious and much more productive.

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