Job searching is challenging, emotional, time consuming, stressful and depressing. It can be a rocky road that plays out within the family environment and all persons in the house can be affected in some way or another. It’s a time for active support and guidance to open up new job search channels and travel from unemployed to be hired in the shortest period of time.
As a Certified Job Search Strategist, a major component of my work with a client is emotional support, keeping them active, and exploring all options in a competitive environment with checks and balances. It’s a turbulent time, high on the stress scale, and made even worse if you have been terminated. Here are some suggestions:
Finally, be realistic about a job search; it takes patience and determination. Make it fun!
About the Author:
Martin Buckland is a Professional Career Management Expert with offices in the U.S. and Canada. President of Elite Resumes, he is certified in resume writing, executive & career coaching, job search strategies, personal branding and interview coaching. He has extensive knowledge of the best strategies to secure a job most effectively and is well networked with recruiters and human resource professionals across North America.