How do I search for job while currently working?

I'm ready to move on from my current job to another satisfying job. I'm glad I have this nice dilemma because usually I'm looking for a job unemployed. So how do I go out looking for another job without quitting my current one?

Asked By: Pragmatist 4 Life! - 12/30/2006
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Look up recruiter or employment agencies in the yellow pages. If you don't have enough time to search for a job after work, this is definately the way to go. Make sure you call each agency and find one that only charges you after being employed by the new company. They get paid to "sell-you" and it truly might open... More
Answered By: r p - 12/30/2006
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Try browsing the internet to see who is hiring, then in your days off go out and fill out applications.
Answered By: AquariusGoddess - 12/30/2006
Post your resume on sites like and see if you get any nibbles. You can also search the classified ads in the Sunday newspaper, but a word to the wise dont fax your resume from your current office, if you get caught doing so it could cost you your job... More
Answered By: kateqd30 - 12/30/2006
Carefully. When you interview, don't give specifics about your current employer. Use an agency.
Answered By: know_it_all_NOT - 12/30/2006
Find another job the same way you'd look for one if you were unemployed: by networking. Most people still get jobs via networking - inform everyone you know (except co-workers!) that you are seeking a new opportunity. If you can, go to lunchtime or before- or after-work networking functions in your industry... More
Answered By: true north - 12/30/2006
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