When you think of entry-level jobs, a few common qualities probably come to mind. Most will ask for a High School diploma. Others may even prefer a college degree, either generalized or specifically in an area applicable to the given job.
What you don’t expect to see in entry-level jobs, however, are calls for experience…
For recent grads, the job search may be a mid to long-term proposition. Over time, your career confidence may be challenged.
By keeping these five ideas in mind, however, you can make progress… without getting worn down.
Many recent graduates may have noticed that being out of school can be challenging because it’s hard to get momentum for a job search. It may feel a bit overwhelming.
Take a look at the ideas below and see how recent graduates, or soon to be recent grads, can sharpen their approach…
Here’s the reality: every working professional has been-there-done-that when it comes to having no work experience. The vast majority have worked their way through it.
You will, too. Here are five tips to help you get a job with little to no work experience.
For recent graduates, it’s time to get serious. The good news is, it’s not as bad as it seems. A successful and fulfilling career is out there waiting for you. You just have to know how to look for it.
If you’re reading this, I want to congratulate you. Graduating college is a monumental life accomplishment that should make you proud. I hope your summer so far has been filled with cool drinks and sandy beaches, because this article is about to make your summer a bit more serious.