4 Tips to Take the Stress Out of Looking for a Job (NewsUSA)
Are you looking for a job that meets your qualifications, financial needs and lifestyle? Many people quickly see that finding that perfect job is easier said than done.
In fact, the search for employment can be downright stressful. However, with the right approach, the search doesn't have to be quite so mentally straining.
CyberWize, a company that makes supplements for stress, offers these tips to make your job search much more pleasant and productive:
* Utilize all resources. Though it's common to look for jobs on the Internet, don't forget to check the job section in local newspapers. After all, not all jobs are posted online. If you have friends or family members who work in your field, ask them if they know of any job openings. You also can network at conferences and other events that are held for professionals in your field.
* Meet with a job counselor. This will not only give you another set of eyes to look for jobs, your counselor also can give you advice on your resume and cover letter.
* Keep it confidential. Don't use your work e-mail account, phone or other office equipment to look for jobs. Instead, take your laptop to a coffee shop or library and apply for jobs during your lunch hour. This also is a good time to return prospective employers' phone calls.
* Keep stress under wraps with a supplement. Taking a supplement formulated to reduce stress, such as Vital StressX, can help reduce your mental strain. Made by CyberWize, Vital StressX contains a combination of seven herbs, known as adaptogens, shown in clinical studies to help your body adapt to stressful conditions, boost energy, sharpen memory and strengthen the immune system.
"Stress reduces the efficiency and quality not only of the cell itself but also the body system to which the cell belongs," said Dr. Shawn Mueller, a specialist in naturopathy in Fort Myers, Fla.
"Adaptogens help the body help itself by strengthening and making better use of its resources." For more information, visit Vital StressX, call (800)320-8807.