As you draft your resume and take your first exploratory steps onto the job market, you may start to notice a pattern emerging among the open positions you find. Some of these positions will offer a clear path to your five-year or ten-year career goals, some will pay well, some will involve a short, easy commute, some will seem like fun places to work, and some will come with a list of requirements that seem to mesh perfectly with the credentials and services you have to offer. But very few of the jobs you find will offer ALL of these things.So with that in mind, we’d like to present a short series of entries that target three of the top priorities for most job seekers: 1) a speedy hiring process, 2) a high salary, and 3) sustainability.We’ll start with speed. If you aren’t worried about a high paycheck and you don’t need to find a gig that you can cling to until you retire, keep these tips in mind. The moves below will help you land a job as fast as possible so you can stay on top of your bills and keep your resume gap short and inconspicuous.