I know recruiting gets a bad rap because there are places out there that don’t care, barely communicate with you, and some places even alter your resume just to get a win. But not all recruiters and recruiting companies are bad. In fact, there are places out there that care about their consultants and prospective consultants almost as much as they do their own families.
I used to work for one of those companies. We treated out consultants very highly and because we were such a small company we were able to have a more one-on-one relationship with everyone.
So, why should you use a recruiting company during your next job search? Keep reading to find out.
Job searching when you’re employed can be hard enough, but job searching while unemployed can be soul crushing. If you don’t have an in-demand skill set, it can be heartbreaking. You apply and apply and get nothing but rejections or spam emails in response.
It really can be draining to your sanity when you’re job searching when you put in all this effort and get little to nothing out of it.
So, what do you do to keep your sanity while job searching? Keep reading to find out.
As someone who is currently unemployed (at least as I’m writing this) there are things people say that they think is helpful but are really draining and can make us feel worse about our situation.
Most of the time we can’t help our situation, especially right now, since we’re in the middle of a pandemic and jobs aren’t hiring as most of them are trying to get themselves back on track after the initial blow to the economy.
I know people are just trying to help, but sometimes it’s less help, more depression.
There are many things not to say to someone who’s unemployed, but I’m going to go over the few that rub me the wrong way the most.
Being unemployed isn’t fun. I know. I’ve been there and as I’m writing this, I’m there now.
It’s going to suck, especially if you didn’t choose to be unemployed due to a lay off or firing. That can really do a number on your mental health.
You’re likely feeling alone, scared, and probably stressed about how you’re going to pay for your life now.
I previously wrote about What to Do if You Find Yourself Unemployed, which goes into detail about what to do immediately after your find yourself in this situation. This post is going to explore what to do with your time while you’re searching for your next job.
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