Do not waste time mopping
It is normal to sit back and wonder how you found yourself in this position. It is very tempting to throw a pity party many times, but it is best to remember even as you are there pitying yourself and your situation, time is passing you by. If you had savings which you are consuming, it would soon run out if you do not do something about your situation. It is possible to get used to sitting around doing nothing but wish things were different. It is easier to start looking for a solution immediately than when too much time has passed. You also need to seek additional hints on how to survive joblessness.
Change your lifestyle immediately
If you loved going out for drinks with friends regularly, it is time to cut this to a few times less than you used to. This is because you are now spending but not earning. Meeting up with your friends is a great way to destress and possibly network. The more people know of your dilemma, the more likely you will find a solution. This, of course, depends on the type of company you keep. If you have supportive friends, they will find a way to help you. They may even shoulder the bills until you get on your feet. However, you need to know one can buy you drinks for so long. Do not abuse their hospitality. They may be a great resource when it comes to giving additional hints on how to get back on the job market.
Clear your bills
If you have pending bills, ensure you pay them before you run out of your savings. If it means paying them in advance, even better. Stock on food and possibly fill up your car. This way, when you run out of money, you have food, bills paid and you can move even if you are broke should you get called for an interview.
Start looking for a job immediately
If you have the right skill set and education, it is time to start looking for another job. Even if the job offered does not have the same perks as your previous one, it will tide you over. Do not be too choosy when it comes to the job unless you are confident your finances will be enough to keep you going even as you wait out for a better job opportunity. You do not have to settle for less if you can survive longer without a job. However, if your situation is dire, take what is on offer for survival but keep looking for a job that is worth your skill set.