The purpose of this study was to test a longitudinal model of the demographic, person, and situational variables predictive of job-seeking behavior and reemployment. Participants completed surveys 2 months and 5 months following a layoff. Multiple regression analysis revealed gender, conscientiousness, and job-seeking support as significant predictors of job-seeking behavior. Logistic regression analysis showed age and job-seeking support to be significant predictors of reemployment. Post hoc analyses highlighted an Age × Job-Seeking Frequency interaction as a predictor of reemployment. This interaction suggests that older individuals who engaged in frequent job seeking were less likely to find work than younger individuals who engaged in frequent job seeking.