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Unusual Tips For Finding A Job
Finding a job is a horrible experience for most people worldwide.
There is nothing worse then waking up in the morning, and having to go "job hunting",
somehow even the worst job/s that you have ever held seems to better
then "job hunting". It gets worse when you have go to the mail
box, and the bills are piling up, for some reason who ever
the bills always seems to have a job. There are some
that you can do to make life a little easier.
The first thing is make sure you keep up your confidence. I know it is easy to say and almost impossible to do, but it is still so important. Here are some unusual tips to help you find a job.
Set Hours - Set specific hours and times of the day when you working "job hunting". It may sound so simple or even stupid, but you would be surprised by how many time we are distracted, by taking care of the house, cleaning, appointments, helping out friends etc. It is not uncommon when we are unemployed that people think we are "on vacation", and may think you are available "to lend a hand".
Tell everyone not to bother you as if you were at "work" and spend that time "job hunting". If possible try to spend as close as possible "job hunting" as you would as if you were at work. If you normally work 8 hours a day, then spend 8 hours a day looking for a job, and make sure you take your coffee breaks and lunch breaks.
Resumes - Write your resume, and always look for ways to improve your resume. Don't think just because a "professional" wrote your resume", that it can't be improved or changed. Don't let people even "professional people" tell you there is only one way to write a resume. There are some different basic formats for resumes, but there are as many "ways" to write a resume as there are jobs.
Change Your Resume - If you are not get a good response from the resumes that you sent out, it is time to think about redoing or changing your resume.