Smart career tips for New Graduates
Here are few smart tips which could benefit anyone just starting their career:
Map out career Plan before committing for more education
It is very important to do some vetting and understand your career goal. Once you have done that write down your goals and chart if higher education is required to meet your goal. You must avoid investing in higher education unless it is really relevant for your future.
Use social media and other offline line channels like alumni forums and start networking. Find experts in your field and start seeking advice and ask them how they achieved their success. Keep communicating with your network and participate in discussions.
Make some use of some online available resume templets relevant to your field and try to revamp your resume. You can also take help from your HR friend and your college seniors. The idea overhere is to showcase your achievement and other project detail in such a way that is catches every recruiter’s eye at a very first sight. Don’t overdo it and fill unnecessary details, leave some space for discussions as well.
Dress properly and turn up smart and confident, your first impression plays an important role for your selection. Next, make sure you are communicating and describing clearly and fluently what you have written in your resume and the skills you possess. Your body language and attitude would do the trick.
If you can’t find a job right away, consider looking for internship and other volunteer opportunities. It will provide an excess to learn and upgrade your skills, which may help you in deciding your career path. It will also help you in establishing your professional circuit. There is also a strong possibility that they could consider you for full time role down the road.
Online Job Search
Maximize your presence through online job portals and small niche website for job search. Keep on updating your profile and try to send direct emails, wherever contact details are mentioned.