References and Thank You letters, both of which are key components of any job search.
In the simplest terms, an externship is a chance for a student to gain practical skills in their field by working for an organization for a short time, usually a few days up to a week.
If you’ve been listening to the advice of your professors, college career center and yes, even your parents, you’ve been preparing for your job search and should already be looking for a job.
Your first job marks the beginning of your 10,000 day career (do the math) and, while you are probably just hoping you get a job, you should prepare for the long haul (working that is, not job search) and try to pick a job that suites you best. Finding a job right out of school is difficult these days.
So you’ve graduated from college and are now looking for your first job in your field of study. Finding a job after college is probably the most difficult job search task.
If you are one of the thousands of people who will be graduating from college this Spring, there is a very good chance that you’ve not yet started your job search. Maybe you think it is a bit too early to be job searching (that is a big mistake). The sooner you get started on your job search the better.
Focus your search and you will have a better chance at landing your dream job.
A fresh graduate’s resume is a focused one-page marketing document. It includes a concise job goal that molds the resume writer’s descriptions of each past job and related experiences.
Have you heard the acronym STEM? It stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Conventional wisdom says that if you want a career with security and good pay, you should choose one of these fields. Today we will investigate the E in STEM and break down the best paying engineering jobs.
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