So yesterday I attended a Job Fair where I received a lot of positive feedback from the school representatives I spoke to. Every school is in different stages of how they interview candidates and how fast/when they are going to start. I spoke to and distributed my résumé to about 20 schools. I also went to another Job Fair 2 weeks ago and dropped off another 10 resumes. I'm trying to be selective as to which schools I apply to but at the same time I'm afraid that I shouldn't be super picky either. I sent my résumé last year to over 100 schools and did not get a job. I'm just wondering how to juggle it all *if* most of these schools do contact me for an interview. I have about 10 schools that I would consider ideal for me. The rest are schools I like but aren't my top choices. I know it's only March but last year I waited until July to start applying because I couldn't take days off at my old school to interview and wound up with only a handful of interviews over the summer. It seems most hire well before July. I'm long term subbing right now, but my job is flexible and will allow me to take days off or half days if needed, which is helpful! I just feel like if I interview in say at least 5 schools before the end of the school year I'll be taking a lot of time off to do that. What if more than that contact me? It's overwhelming to think of, but a good kind of overwhelming I guess. So how does everyone plan on juggling their job search while school is still in session with about 5 months until the start of next school year? I feel like this process is easier over the summer when timing is shorter so offers come quicker. What if you accept an offer but then a better opportunity comes along? Sorry my thoughts are all over the place. But any insights experiences are welcomed.