When you graduate from college, the next thing on your agenda is often to get your first job. The job market is fairly strong right now and employers are looking for top talent and often having a hard time finding it. That puts you, as a job-seeker, in a good position in many instances, particularly depending on what you studied while in school. Of course, when you graduate, it’s not necessarily just about finding employment. You may want something that’s fulfilling, in line with what you studied and is going to allow you to support yourself.
The following are some tips to keep in mind when it comes to finding a job directly after college, which can be overwhelming, to say the least.
Use School Resources
It’s tough to network when you’re just starting out in your career, but one of the best ways to make it happen is by using resources available through your college. For example, you can use alumni volunteer lists that will be available through your college’s career…
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