Not sure if you're spending enough time job searching? Or, are you worried about getting burned out because you're spending every waking hour trying to find a new job?
How much time is the right amount of time to spend on a job search? It would be easy to say that finding employment should be the person's full-time job, but realistically speaking 40 hours per week of job search activity would be more than most individuals could handle.
A more reasonable target for job searching would be 25 hours per week for those who are not working in an interim job or an internship. For those who are working, 15 hours per week would be a more suitable allotment of time.
Here are tips on how much time to spend job searching, plus advice on what to do with the time you are spending job searching, from Guest Author Mike Profita.