This is the opinion of ESF-Works' policy editor John Bell, who told jobseekers to keep going, as there are positions available if people persist in looking.
"If one thing doesn't work, try something else. People will find it easy to get another job once they're in one," he commented.
The expert noted that even people with really strong CVs need to approach jobhunting with a positive mental attitude and should show the level of self motivation that an eventual employer would expect.
A recent report by the Evening Standard found that university graduates have taken to advertising themselves in the streets and handing out CVs like flyers.
However, Mr Bell said there are some signs that the British economy is picking up and with unemployment falling slightly, people will be able to find work - especially if they are willing to take jobs that pay slightly less.
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