Entering the Workforce
The transition from school to the working world can be difficult. You have to wake ... read more »
Many entry-level jobs require not only a degree, but also a year or two of work experience. If your ... read more »
Self-promotion may seem narcissistic and pretentious, but it’s vital in the working world. Once you’ve targeted potential employers, you’ll have to engage in the job application process with a one-page resume, spotlight your strengths during interviews and shamelessly network to get a job. Use the sites below to research organizations and figure out where you might want to work, and learn how to make yourself stand out from the crowd.
- A common mistake of those looking for their first jobs is to rely completely on job sites like Monster and Craigslist. Although these are good places to start, don’t underestimate the power of networking. Your first job may very well be found through a person you know, not a Web site you visit.
Even though your first job probably won’t be your last, you still want to be ... read more »