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If you have a job, hold on to it tight, economist warns

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Have you ever been out of work for more than a few months?

If you have, you’ll know that at about the four-month mark the job search starts to weigh on your mind.

You begin to doubt your abilities and your worth as an employee and your confidence levels fall. If you’ve already applied for a few jobs, and being rejected, you’ll feel the sting even more.

I met a law graduate, Simbin, outside a Centrelink office in Sydney’s Darlinghurst last week. As…

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