A lot of people have a real difficult time fitting in their workouts, but with my current employment situation, that hasn't been a major problem for me. Underemployment has given me what I like to call a "flexible" schedule. I can basically work out at whatever time of day I want, within reason.
I still have to be aware of my wife's work schedule, but otherwise, I'm free to work out at the most advantageous times. During the summer, I can workout early in the morning without any real problems, and in spring and fall, I can switch to late morning, then midday during winter. It's not a problem for me.
Granted, I would rather be employed and faced with a scheduling dilemma, but until the job search produces results, I'm free to workout whenever it works best for me, and I'm ok with that. If the job search does come through, I suspect I may go through a period of withdrawal, as my prime workout times are filled with scheduled work, and my workouts get pushed to less ideal times. I'm determined not to reduce my workout load, but a full work schedule could make my current load difficult to maintain.
I'll just have to do what I can to make my workouts happen.