The New Graduate Job Search Guide
|Simply Hired, inc.
Each year, many companies are very interested in takingon young professionals who are energetic and eagerto work and learn. In fact, the National Association ofColleges and Employers (NACE) reports that employersanticipate hiring 13% more 2011 college graduates thanthey hired in 2010. So don’t despair, there are jobs fornew grads out there.Finding your first job doesn’t have to be a long,complicated process. We've compiled all the best advicefor your job search in this quick and dirty guide that wehope is actually be fun to read (though, we chalk it up tothe comics rather than our sense of humor). This NewGraduate Job Search Guide will give you the best chancesof finding and landing your first job out of college!– The Simply Hired Team
Congrats! Those years of studying, taking tests, andpulling all-nighters writing term papers are over. Nowit’s time for the working world—offering a wealth ofopportunities, potential for serious professional growth,and most importantly ... getting paid!Transitioning between graduation and full-timeemployment can be a little daunting, but it’s important tokeep in mind that all new grads start in the same place.So don’t worry. Like the lady once said, you “will survive!”One of the biggest challenges new graduates face, afterthe ring of fire (depending on your school), is merelytheir lack of experience in searching for jobs. Comparedwith more experienced workers, a new graduate may notknow the process of job searching, writing a résumé andcover letter, networking with other professionals, or evenevaluating and negotiating job offers.
The New Graduate
Job Search Guide
Essential tips or landing a job ater college
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