From a career perspective, losing your Job is probably one of the worst things that can happen, especially when it’s not your fault and unexpected.
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There is no point in pretending the rejection doesn’t hurt. When you did have a job, the routine of going to work every day created an illusion of stability for both you and those around you. Even if you hated the thought of going to work, the mere idea of going into work gave you a sense of purpose. Being out of work, and not knowing what the future holds might cause even more anxiety than having a job you hate.
Time To Think
What bad habits do you need to change? Then pick yourself up, dust yourself off and move on. Everything you do during your career can utilize your future, including social-responsibility projects, interests, and hobbies, so nothing is ever lost or in vain. Every time we learn a new skill, we become much more marketable.
Losing your job can be an excellent time to push yourself into a different career path. You now have the opportunity to create a new life for yourself. We have a competitive job market, and if you’re not qualified, your chances of being considered are not that great. The secret is using the time you have to your advantage and development knowledge and skills, understand your values, strengths, natural talents, passions and figuring out how you define success and will then help you to make a discussion on what career path you want to take. Learn with no expectation and no agenda. Only under those conditions is where one’s purpose can emerge.
Whatever you do, we wish you the best of luck in building a new career and a new life.
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