How to avoid burnout during job search
Searching for a job in today’s competitive market can be a stressful experience.
Here is what you can do to avoid burnout during job search:
Apply for jobs in companies which you believe will offer a good opportunity and growth for your career.
If you have already spent a lot of time in the online job search, then start meeting people face-to-face who work in your industry.
Make sure you develop trust and likeability while building professional relationships or networking in career events.
There is no such thing called as ‘perfect resume’. So, don’t spend days rewriting your resume.
Just put three to four hours into updating the resume and make sure it is error-free.
Write a short cover letter that gives the required information to the hiring manager or recruiter.
Create an online portfolio which will include the samples of your work and include its URL on your resume.
Remember that finding a suitable job takes time and energy. So, maintain a positive attitude and believe that the right opportunity will come your way.