Don't job search while on the clock. The difficultly of juggling a job search with your current job duties can make it tempting to pursue opportunities while youâ€™re on the clock. While most may hope not to get caught, there are times when persons have been disciplined or even terminated for doing â€œother businessâ€ on company time and property. Always try to schedule interviews during lunch, after work or on scheduled time away from the office. Never use your company e-mail or letterhead to apply for a new job. Itâ€™s also not wise to use social networking sites like LinkedIn and Twitter to pursue employment while you should be working. Use your time outside of the office to search for openings, reach out to potential employers, and network with other professionals. While it might not be as convenient to search on your own time, itâ€™s always better to be safe than sorry.