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3 JOB SEARCHING MISTAKES MADE BY MOST PEOPLE

THERE ARE PLENTY OF JOBS, JUST NOT IN MY CAREER LINE OR WHAT I DO

The first mistake most people make in job searching is believing they are experts on the available jobs in the market. This makes them limit themselves on what they do. Since you have already concluded they are no jobs for your particular expertise you decide to sit home in self pity and never go job searching. Wake up! You have no idea about all the opportunities available even just around your local area.

What should you do instead? You need to start interacting with other people, get out of the house and meet people; you might not get a job instantly but sure works magic on your self esteem. Additionally list the things you love doing whether or not they have generated money for you in the past. Join clubs of people who share the same passion for you, you never know what new things you will learn.

EVERYONE IS OUT OF WORK AND THEY ARE ALL LOOKING FOR THE SAME OPPORTUNITIES.

It’s another common job searching mistake thought by people. It is about time you stop believing everything you hear or read in the media on job searching. One, because not all is true and two, because it kills your confidence, morale and self esteem. Who said that everyone is jobless? This is a pessimistic way of looking at job searching. So who are these waking up to go to offices daily and working? And everyone is looking for the same opportunities? Really? Even two people who have the same skills, same experience and same education background can be very different in what they want. Believing what is in the media weakens your job searching, making you to give up and it can lead to stress or even clinical depression.

What should you do? Interact with people who care about you and shut out all negative information which do not help in job searching.

I DON’T KNOW ANYONE

This is another common mistake that most people make while job searching. You have been made to believe that you have to know someone somewhere for you to get a job.

You switch to victim mode since you believe there are others who have better connections and yet you do not have anyone to hold your hand and say yes to you.

Job Searching Myths – You are frustrated with job searching now you are giving excuses as to why you have not managed to get a job till now. It is about time to stop making these deadly job searching mistakes.

Common Job Searching Assumptions – The following are the most common job searching assumptions made by people that oftentimes lead to job searching failures.