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  2. 2. 10 Things to do when you are Unemployed For that matter, at any stage in your life, sitting idle or delaying action is often equated to an unproductive and unhealthy lifestyle. In the face of the thinking, ‘I don’t have a job? I have nothing to do? ‘Which we easily get tempted in to; we present 10 things to actually do when you’re unemployed (action plan) that are geared towards you. Read More 
  3. 3. 1. Raise The Red Flag The solution to any problem is to admit the existence of the problem. Fresh graduates usually fail to recognize the unemployment label by being satisfied with the guise of ‘trying’. Read More
  4. 4. 2. Create Your Story Most of the job seekers (employed or unemployed) lack an original personal story. Who are you and How does your story relate to the company you aim to work in? The CV or Resume is your story and it is high time to connect the dots in your mind that could convince the employer of the usefulness of your addition. See Example Here
  5. 5. 3. Understand The Job Market When unemployed, where are you applying? You must realize that you must keep your options open at all times. Do not be hesitant in applying to startups and smaller scale companies along with the multinational and other large scale giants. Read More
  6. 6. 4. Build A Routine Rather than staying in bed all day, be active, take out a notebook and jot down daily activities including your wakeup and sleep times and implement a routine rich with productivity and efficiency. Read More
  7. 7. 5. Do What You Love To Do When you’re not dropping CVs or giving interviews, volunteer or work on the things you really love. Whether it be teaching kids, fund raising, campaigning, writing, or anything else, step up and do it. Read More
  8. 8. 6. Network Hard Identify your contacts in the relevant field and reach out to them for advice. Don’t beg for a job but consult them about how to deal with multiple options. Read More
  9. 9. 7. Polish Your Skills In times of unemployment, make sure that you don’t lose grip off your concepts and knowledge. It is always recommended to take up free online courses (or paid ones depending on your financial situation) from Coursera, EdX, Udemy and the like, to keep your mind active and your skills polished. Earning a certification surely is a plus point.
  10. 10. 8. Lookout For Internships & Trainings As a fresh graduate, money should be the last thing on your mind while the first being what and where you’re working. Don’t miss any opportunity of staying in connection with the industry. Read More 
  11. 11. 9. Freelancing To The Rescue Part-time freelancing will always add value to your profile which means that you get to earn both in terms of value as well as money. Make sure to prefer tasks where the credit remains associated to your name. Read More
  12. 12. 10. Don’t Give Up Never giving up is the most important aspect of an effort, so if you’re not reaching the outcome you desire, work harder and revise the plan and cross out the ‘Give Up’ option for good. Read More
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