First, if you are unemployed (or plan to be unemployed) you need to make sure you are familiar with all of the resources you have available to snag that perfect job (or career). Your best bet is actually a little close to home than you think - your friends, family, and yes, even former coworkers. These people are a network around you from which you can build your job finding empire. Think about it - you only have two eyes - you might have all day to look if you are unemployed but if you don't have other people helping there might be some things you miss - or don't find entirely.
Second, when you are looking for work the secret to getting a great job is a fabulous attitude. Keep your head up high in and out of interviews and you might find it that much easier to be successful. It is corny, but true, that a positive attitude can create a positive outcome and honestly - what do you have to lose by showing off those pearly whites?
Keep your head up, put on a smile and keep sending out those resumes. A good rule of thumb is take the number of years you worked at your last job and submit this number of resumes per day when you are doing your job search online. For instance, if you worked at your last job for 7 years, submit 7 resumes, to 7 different companies - everyday (with a smile). Easy, right?