Entry level salary negotiation is seldom an option. Nevertheless, this doesn’t mean you can’t try to land a better deal. The whole process can be nerve-wracking.
That’s because rookie negotiators don’t usually bargain. They often end up accepting whatever offer the hiring manager makes…
So you’re in your very last semester of college. This is the time to enjoy life, right? Finally, pay more attention to your social calendar? To have more fun?
Well, yes… but it’s also time to launch into career mode with a few career prep secrets…
Did you ever have one of those days when you just can’t seem to get started? Of course, you have. We all do. There’s a pile two feet high in your inbox, your voicemail is full, your inbox is in triple digits. And just have no energy. Even coffee isn’t helping! What you need is a little morning motivation.
As a young professional, your first”real” job is a momentous and once a in a lifetime opportunity. And, as with any new experience, you may feel uncertain about what to expect during your first week on the job.
Want to thrive in your first week at your job? Expect the unexpected.
So how can you stand out from all the others who have worked just as hard as you have to earn that degree? How do you show an employer that you’ve gone above and beyond academics to become infinitely employable? To answer those questions, we asked a question of our own to members of the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC): What is something every college student should do now for a great career later? Enjoy their helpful answers… and then put their great advice to work!
While getting post-graduation momentum may sounds simple, the work isn’t easy. But it is always worth it. And the time is now.
Answer these three questions. Then break through the inertia that’s keeping you from your dreams! Gain post-graduation momentum… and go!