Setting goals is vital to maintaining momentum when you’re looking for work. If you’re standing still you’re losing ground to those people who are making progress towards work. The most important thing is to keep going, no matter what happens. There are plenty of people who are unemployed for two, five, ten or more years who find work, and the ones who succeed are the ones who keep going.
Motivation and momentum
When you set out on your job search, it's rarely possible to guess how long it will go on for. As time passes, the rejections mount up and the budgets get tighter, it's easy to become disheartened.
However, this is exactly the time when you need to dust yourself off and put in more hard work than ever. One of the main attributes of a successful job seeker is persistence. Here's a few tips to help you stay positive.
You could consider moving for work, but have you done everything you can where you are? Here are some suggestions for those struggling to make headway in their job seeking.
Setting goals is vital to maintaining momentum when you’re looking for work. If you’re standing still you’re losing ground to those people who are making progress. The most important thing is to keep going, no matter what.
Here are some things you can do to make this happen.
So, how long has it been? Two months? Six months? A Year?! How do you keep your productivity and motivation up while you are trying to find your next great job? It isn't easy, but these tips may help.
Finding yourself out of work leaves you drained in two places, morale and motivation. Your self-esteem is damaged and you find yourself wondering if there is any other job out there for you. After the initial reaction of being unemployed, your mind kicks into gear and you start the journey to finding a job, hopefully your ideal job.