9. Tap your network.
The vast majority of job openings are never advertised; they’re filled by word of mouth. That’s why networking is the best way to find a job. Networking isn’t about using other people or aggressively promoting yourself — it’s about building relationships. As you look for a new job, these relationships can provide much-needed feedback, advice, and support.
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10. Extend kindness.
It’s pretty simple really, extending kindness toward others makes us feel good. Unemployment can wear on your self-esteem and make you feel useless. Volunteering helps you maintain a sense of value and purpose. Volunteering can also provide career experience and social support. It can also be an effective way to build your network, and show potential employers you are not sitting idle, waiting for work to come your way.
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