CareerBuilder | November 22, 2021
Searching for a new job can be tough, so it’s important to take care of yourself.
As you look for a new job, it’s important to prioritize your own health and wellness. Browsing the job boards, rewriting your resume, practicing for an interview — it can be draining. Even getting hired is stressful; you’ll have a new workplace to navigate, new coworkers to meet, new skills to learn. But your job hunt doesn’t have to be overwhelming. With a few simple tips, you can focus your search without sacrificing your own mental health.
Five ways to minimize job search anxiety
- Stay organized
- Celebrate the little wins
- Lean on your family and friends
- Make time for yourself
- Use the right tools
Keep wellness at the center of your job search
We all know that finding a new job is a stressful process. Embarking on the next big journey in your career is no small thing. But it doesn’t have to feel too big to handle. Keep yourself organized. Focus on incremental progress. Celebrate the small victories. Make time to relax when you can.
Need assistance with your job search? Call or text our office at 336-288-9330 to get started, or go ahead and submit an application here, and we’ll reach out with job opportunities that best match you!
Interested in more tips for job seeking in the Triad? Check out this video where Will Graham of Graham Personnel Services joined Tanya Rivera on WFMY News 2, along with Chris Rivera and Lee Howell from GuilfordWorks, to share their knowledge on recent news, information, and resources available for people seeking employment in the Triad.