Keep in otuch with an organisation where you wan to work,even if there's no vacancy at the time you're looking.
I would like to replace the underlined time adverb(ial) with other choices as below,
1) at the moment
2) at this point.
Do they make any difference?
Re: time adverb(ial)
at the time refers to the time in the future when you're looking for a job, whereas at the moment and at this time , in that context, both refer to now.
Originally Posted by blacknomi
All the best, :D
Now in the future.
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