After college students complete an internship, many hope they receive for an offer for a full-time gig. After all, they’ve researched the company, put in some time, and learned the ropes. Employers often feel the same way. From their perspective: why go through a lengthy candidate search when they already have a known quantity right in front of them?
A new study shows that 70 percent of the time, that internship will turn into a job offer.
Everybody Wants A Full-Time Gig
With over half of new college graduates still unemployed, an internship just may be the edge you need. This infographic from Progressive Business Publications will show you how to make the most of your internship and turn the experience into a full-time gig.
As you’ll see, scoring a job offer starts with building relationships and being proactive. Of course, during your internship, it is important to perform your duties and interact with colleagues as if you are already invested. Ultimately, you goal is to help the company realize that you are already an essential part of the team. Read on for more helpful advice.
So if you are enjoying your internship experience, why look elsewhere for work? Simplify your job search by turning your internship in a full-time gig!
Also published on Medium.