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Keeping Morale Up During a Tough Job Search

It can be challenging trying to keep your morale up while searching for a new job. The following are some tips to help you keep your chin up during the strenuous time.

Don't get in to a Rut
Don't allow yourself to get in a rut. Change your routine especially if it has been non productive to date.

Take a Break
Allow yourself time off to recharge your stressed batteries. Don't even think about your job search during that time.
  • Rejection – Blow if off

Don't allow rejection to get the better of you. Most successful people have had failure in their lives before success. Use the rejection to strengthen your resolve.

Get Fit in Body and Mind
Take advantage of this period of time in your life to visit a gym or just go for daily walks to get fit. This will help both your body and mind.

  • Take your Mind off the Job Search

You could join a volunteer organization or a support group in your area. If nothing else you will see how fortunate you are compared to some other people

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