Job Search Depression
Job Search Depression is real. From the rejection letters to uncomfortable interviews. Then that feeling of rejection and depression begins to sink in. Finding the next opportunity and that perfect job is full of rejections and can also be overwhelming. Not sure which way to turn? You have that urge to just give up? Job search depression real and You’re not alone….
Is “job search depression” real?
Yes, job search depression is a real thing. And it’s not something you should take lightly. Stress from job-seeking has been linked to emotional and mental health issues such as anxiety and/or depression. But it doesn’t have to.
Need a new Job? Make a Plan-Get Organized
Being organized will help you from feeling overwhelmed with the job search process. This will also help you to keep all your priorities and responsibilities in balance.
Breaking down your job search into smaller, more manageable tasks, will make the process less daunting. Do some research on the company before your interview. Make sure you update your resume’ and do dry-run practices of interview questions. Consider interview mistakes you want to avoid. Make a list of job postings you’re applying for. Write down information such as interview dates, contact details, and interview questions to ask.
Keep your perspective during your job search. This search could take some time but, it won’t last forever. Don’t be discouraged when things don’t progress as quickly as you would like. Remember, you won’t find that new job overnight.
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