Top Managers Have Time to Job Hunt

A senior manager could be out of work nine months before his or her career prospects are adversely affected, according to a Robert Half study of 150 senior executives from the nation’s 1,000-largest companies.

Executives were asked, “How long, in months, can a top manager remain unemployed before it hurts his or her career?” The mean response was nine months, with a significant number saying 10 to 12 months.

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