Essential Tips For Job Success
Essential Tips for students Job Search Success.
1. Start early
Many graduate employers start the recruiting process in the first semester. Visit your universitys careers service, get registered on the jobs database and learn how to participate in graduate recruitment programs. Check the university careers website and any jobs bulletins often to keep up to date on the latest employer information sessions, careers fairs and job search workshops.
2. Identify career paths
Find out where graduates in your major subject area have become employed. Visit the careers service to look at graduate destination reports or access them online via Grad Jobs and Dollars.
3. Identify your skills values and interests
If you havent done so already, ask if any selfassessment tools are available to help you learn more about yourself for example, GCAs Your Career and You publication, CareerQuest, Future Selves, Card Sorts and the MyersBriggs Type Indicator.
4. Explore all career options
Browse through your the careers service resource library at your college to research companies, check out scholarships opportunities, consider postgraduate study or work overseas. Visit the Graduate Opportunities website.
5. Get work experience
If you havent had the chance to gain much work experience, consider doing so now. Look at working part time or volunteering to get the experience you need. Talk over any skills gaps with a careers advisor and make a plan to develop the required skills.
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