Getting a job can be hard if you are young and inexperienced, but there is a great deal you can do both before and after you leave university that will improve your chances. This book will show you how, despite all the difficulties and competing applicants you may face, you can still be the one to get the job you want. This book takes a seven step approach to introducing graduates to the analysis, preparation and application they will need in this competitive environment. It will help you decide what you want to do; plan how to get there; and help you use this knowledge to show that you are the best candidate for the job. Step 1: Discovering who you are Step 2: Deciding what to do Step 3: Finding out about work Step 4: Getting ready to apply Step 5: Making applications Step 6: Going for interviews Step 7: Changing direction You will also find ideas for earning a living, or spending time after university in unpaid but rewarding ways.If you missed out on a retail graduate training scheme position this year, shop floor experience will certainly help you if you plan to apply again in the future. It is also one of the easier jobs for graduates to obtainas a first job in order to gainanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Graduate Guide to Job Hunting in Seven Easy Steps|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2014-05-15|