By Abheet Sajwan
Finding a job is a very challenging and tiring task. A job seeker is often exhausted and can feel disappointed.
Here’s how to avoid burnout during the job search.
Take adequate breaks
Take frequent breaks from your mailbox and job search. This time off will give you ample time to think about your goals, your achievements, and what you want from the next job.
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Keep a track of your accomplishments
The first thing to do when looking for a job is to list your achievements so that you can quote these on your resume and also speak to the hiring managers accordingly.
Surround yourself with successful people
Apart from your achievements, try to surround yourself with successful people. These often act as motivators and prompt you to put your best foot forward.
Having well-wishers in your life is the biggest blessing for anyone. These people understand your circumstances and can help you identify the next goals more accurately than anyone.
He is a trainee writer at TimesJobs.