02 May 1233 Views

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Photo by Olu Eletu on Unsplash

According to Art Markman, in a recent article that appeared in the Harvard Business Review, the key to staying confident during your job search is by focusing on the process, not the outcome.

“Not long ago, I had the chance to speak to a networking group for job seekers over the age of 40. Many of the people in attendance had worked for over 10 years at companies and were then let go. A number of them had been out of work for six months or more and were starting to get worried about their prospects of finding a job.

This situation is quite stressful, particularly when you’re watching people younger than you getting hired into positions you wish you could’ve had. Faced with this situation, it is easy to start getting desperate to land a job — and to unwittingly show that desperation to your prospective employers. There are several reasons you want to avoid appearing — at networking events or in job interviews — as if you need the job too much.

First, a key aspect of success in your application is confidence…..”

To read the full article please click here.