3. It can be a sign.
Losing a job is easier to accept if you can find the lesson in their loss. What can you learn from the experience? Maybe your job loss and unemployment has given you a chance to reflect on what you want out of life and rethink your career priorities. Maybe it has made you stronger. If you look, you’re sure to find something of value.
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4. Handle yourself with care.
- Maintain balance in your life: Your job search will be more effective if you are mentally, emotionally, and physically at your best.
- Make time for regular exercise: Exercise can be a great outlet for stress and worry while you’re unemployed and looking for work. It is also a powerful mood and energy booster.
- Get plenty of sleep: Sleep has a huge influence on your mood and productivity. Make sure you’re getting between 7 to 8 hours of sleep every night.
- Practice relaxation techniques: They boost your feelings of serenity and joy and teach you how to stay calm and collected in challenging situations — including job loss and unemployment.
- Keep a regular daily routine: Loss of job may cause a vacuum. When you no longer have a job to report to every day, you can easily lose motivation. Treat your job search like a regular job, with a daily “start” and “end” time. Following a set schedule will help you be more efficient and productive while you’re unemployed.
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