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Due to the lagging economy, we often hear about the unemployed and their struggle to find a job. If you’re employed, you probably consider yourself lucky and try to stay put until something better comes along. Unlike those who are unemployed though, the ones with jobs don’t have the luxury of job searching all day. But when can we look when we spend most of our day working? Regardless of how busy we are, we find ways to get some job search time in. According to a survey done by Right Management, over 80 percent of employees will actively seek a job this year. So, if you’re part of the demographic above, when do you look for jobs? What do you think? Please take our poll and tell us your thoughts in the comment section below! [poll id="111"] Photo Credit: Shutterstock

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