10 things you should do if you are fired
Have you been fired? It doesn’t matter if it was your fault or the crisis, you shouldn’t be disappointed. Set a “fight” plan a get back to business.
Being fired isn’t an easy thing to accept, you probably feel lost but you should think positive. We prepared a list of 10 things you should take into consideration when you go through such a transition period to another place in your career.
- It is important to set up a budget until you find a new job;
- Try to avoid malls, clubs, expensive holidays and shopping for fun;
- Don’t forget you have an unemployment amount of money you receive from the state which should help until you find a job;
- Update your CV and keep what is relevant for the job you apply. Things have changed so don’t forget to look on the internet for some tips. It doesn’t mean you should write a lot of things in your CV in order to impress;
- Don’t be ashamed you got fired. Tell your friends, relatives because you don’t know who could have a job offer for you;
- Start hunting and talk to friends, look up in the newspapers and especially on recruitment sites to find job offers;
- Don’t feel discouraged, talk about your problems with your family, because you are not alone;
- No matter the reason you got fired, you should move on. It isn’t the end of the world. Take this as an opportunity, maybe your place was not there;
- Although you don’t have a job it doesn’t mean you should stay alone all day long at home. Check you CV once again and see if you can go to a training to improve your abilities;
- Nowadays diversity is a keyword. In order to outgrow crisis you could find more jobs. You like to write, make your own blog. Exploit any unknown talent you have.