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Job Search and Depression e.html#.T2DxuArpHJk.twitter This article posted in the Harvard Business Review came out at  the perfect time. As the spring semester is coming closer to the  end, more and more students are stepping into high gear their job  or internship search. With the competition for jobs increasing, the  amount of rejections students get is also increasing. The job  search is hard and time consuming in itself, but with the added  pressures of being rejected and graduating without having  options, it makes the job search process unbearable. The woman interviewed gave great advice about how to handle  searching for jobs, and the importance of not letting it decrease  your motivation or positive outlook. When we were given the  handout in class listing strategies for job interviews, professor  Shulman also said "There will always be jobs available that you  don't like. It is better to hold out for the job that you will love."  Keeping this quote in mind along with the advice given in the  article, I think that it makes the process seem more bearable. Another day in class we talked about the Sigmoid Curve, or S- Curve. We discussed this in the topic of businesses and coming  out with new products as older products lose their steam. This 
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