Entering the Workforce
The transition from school to the working world can be difficult. You have to wake up early, dedicate your schedule to work, follow a dress code, endure the daily commute and pay your bills. Luckily, the Internet can help you enter the workplace with confidence.
- This guide presents a selection of links devoted to finding that first job. If you’re thinking more long-term and want to focus on launching (or advancing) your career, be sure to see the findingDulcinea Careers Web Guide.
- The Internet has made the job search process both easier and more difficult: Now you need to make sure your online identity is just as stellar as your offline identity. Don’t miss the “Creating Your Online Identity” section of the findingDulcinea Job Hunting Web Guide for more information.
- For more advice on leaving college and entering the real world, visit the findingDulcinea Post-College Survival Web Guide.
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