• Try going out and enjoying walks, visit libraries if you like to read, volunteer for organizations (this may even help you land a job in the future)
  • I'd think a good hobby to develop would be in the making an awesome resume and filling out applications areas.
  • Find things to do that will increase you skill no matter how small. I like to improve everyday even if it is something that others can't see or understand. It's just for me.
  • i m sure you ll enjoy this hobby ot s called "finding a job"
  • exercise ... art ... volunteering to help others ... THAT would be a great way to occupy your time ... take the focus off of yourself and put it on helping others ... much more rewarding than sitting around on your ass all day on the internets and the google
  • Why are you unemployed? Layed off? Retired? Lazy?
  • Chess. You not only play games but can spend a zillion hours studying it: trying to find a new opening variation, working on your endgame,etc.
    • Nosmo King
      Good suggestion, kenken.
  • I think it is pretty bad that ppl have no siympathy for those that are unemployed today. I fortunatly landed a job about 5 months ago but the 27 months of job hunting after graduating college was excruciating. To give some advice I recomend thinking about the things that make you the happy and try to spend time doing those things. Internships are also not a bad thing even if you have 15 years experience doing something else you may find that learning a new job can open doors as well. Networking is a great way to make connections and could be beneficial in finding work. PS. My wife was laid of from her job about 3 months ago and is still in the hunt.
  • reading, Internet and sleeping
  • Get involved in some volunteerism!
  • Job searching
  • Here's a hobby for you, looking for work! . It seems to me that would be the priority!
  • I'm kind of in the same boat, and these are the Google search terms that help me through each day: "freeware rpg" "Ana Beatriz Barros nude" various variations on "suicide" "2012 doomsday"
  • This would be an excellent time for you to gain knowledge and increase your allure to potential employers.
  • research.pick a subject you like(science,religion,history,liturature,cooking,art etc.)and research it online.lots of info,video and help are out there for free.get crazy smart at what you like.don't worry ,and i wish you the best of luck in all things.
  • Listening to music or watching movies.
  • I also suggest walking. You notice things when you walk that you did not notice before, can get to know the area where you live, possibly meet and talk to people who live near you, and it's great exercise.

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