Finding Your First Job
Love is work made visible.
THE SEARCH PROCESS
Finding a Right CareerIf you are graduating soon, think of this transition period like your old
growing pains—a temporary discomfort you have to endure for the sake
of your fervently wished-for results: a job! But no matter how sophisticated your academic program has been, you are in for a huge adjustment
in this transition from college to your first full-time job. You do not have
to do this by yourself, however. Your college career center has career
counselors, programs, and services designed specifically to help you manage a career choice, as well as the job search process.
Finding the right job or
career is still the #1
concern of 83% of
Ways to Find JobsDo not overlook these steps to finding a
|1. Network by finding and using all the
leads from your career counselors,
professors, family, friends, and people|
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Book title: Launch Your Career in College: Strategies for Students, Educators, and Parents.
Contributors: Adele M. Scheele - Author.
Place of publication: Westport, CT.
Publication year: 2005.
Page number: 125.
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