So you’ve gone and done it; you’ve landed the job of your dreams. Those good grades, perfectly crafted resume and diligent follow up paid off with an interview and job offer. Spend a few minutes popping the cork on that bubbly and celebrating over dinner with friends. Before you rest on your laurels, however, you should also spend a few minutes considering how to stay employed.
We all want to land the perfect job right out of college. But statistics suggest you’ll have a number of different jobs in your lifetime. Each one starts with the hope that this is the one… the job that turns into a satisfying, productive career. But when you start to lose your inspiration, it can be hard to decide if there’s a chance to turn things around, or if it’s time to move on. If you’ve ever experienced one of these moments… or if you think you might in the future (and chances are you will), then stop by our chat this Monday evening, November 27th, as we ponder what you can do to maintain motivation when your career takes a turn toward the humdrum.
Landing a great job in the field you want to work in with a solid salary, not to mention annual salary increases, is really important to your career.
Are you on a path that will not only lead to promotions title and responsibility wise but also salary wise?
After weeks of searching for job openings, sending your resume to multiple companies, and experiencing job search rejection — you finally get asked to interview for what could be your dream job.
“This could be THE ONE”, you say to yourself…
Congratulations on earning your degree! Now that the graduation parties are over and the millionth person has congratulated you on finally entering the “real world,” it’s time to hang up your grad cap and start actually applying for your first post-graduate job.
But if you don’t have a gig lined up after commencement, don’t stress…
This infographic from the folks at Quill.com will help you determine the ideal workplace for your personality type.
No, you may not have much say in your workplace environment. But at least you’ll know what to look for in your next job search…