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How to Bounce Back After You Lose Your Job

By on September 16, 2013
How to bounce back after you lose your job

Have you faced a recent job loss? If so, you may be feeling downtrodden and unmotivated for the future. However, allowing yourself to wallow in the past is the worst way to deal with losing your job.

Instead, a focus on the future and an active job search will enable you to bounce back from losing your job and create a new picture of success. With these four tips, you can begin picking up the pieces and move forward after losing your job.

1. Focus On the Future

The best way to bounce back after you lose your job is to focus on the future. Do not get stuck on what happened in the past or constantly think about what you could have done better to keep your job. Instead, focus on what you want for your future.

The most important piece of focusing on your future is to get out there and begin the job search again. Plan your job search as if it were a job itself – determine how many jobs you want to apply to each day and how long you plan to spend per day searching for jobs.

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  • Tiffany

    I’ve been studying English Literature in college but at the same time working in various kitchens of restaurants and thought I would be better off if I keep cooking, and dig further in my career as a cook, so I gave up my degree. But I eventually quit my job as a cook and decided to pursue something else I was good at. I was deranged with the financial issues, not being able to support my family better, but what kept me going was my passion for dance. I kept it in my daily routine to do my usual hardcore warm-ups, dance routines, and freestyle dancing, and also watching dance battle videos once in a while. It kept me physically and mentally in shape and I was also able to reconsider my career path in a positive way. I hope everyone who is in a similar situation can do the same with their own passion and career.