You miss 100% of the opportunities you never receive.
Having an email address specifically for the purpose of finding a job, with the intent of disabling it once you land, is a short–term job search strategy.
Securing a permanent email address used specifically to receive potential opportunities – whether you are in search mode or not – is a long–term career management strategy.
Now, you can choose to operate in the short–term … search for a job, find a job, land in a job, lose a job, search for a job … and on and on and on.
Or, you can begin to view your career as if it is always in perpetual motion and you constantly employ strategies to ensure you capture 100% of the opportunities that come your way.
What’s your plan?