What are your views on the process of job-hunting?
What parts do you like, dislike, or abhor?
Putting together my resume was a bit of a chore, but eventually I came up with three different ones tailored for different types of positions. That way I can just pick one to send to whatever prospective employer [often tailoring it a little more to match the job description as closely as possible].
Cover letters aren't bad; I have a few different "skeleton" letters I've written, then I pick one and tailor it before sending it w the resume. It's time-consuming but kind of satisfying to make them as tailored as possible to get the attention of the person who will be reading it.
Rejection letters aren't a big deal to me; I just toss them away and forget about it.
Interviews are the good part, mostly because you feel like now there's a real chance at landing the job....