Job Hunting Guide: Transitioning From College to Career by Ronald Krannich, Caryl Krannich

By Ronald Krannich, Caryl Krannich

Drawing on Campus occupation Center's wealthy database of scholars, university directors, and employers, of America's top occupation specialists provide sound suggestion on how ultra-modern students can top transition from university to profession.

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It really broadened my horizons. ” Another student shared his internship experience with the Texas Month&: “Texas MonthEy was a great place to work. I was interning in the advertisement department and right away I was helping out on major presentations. I learned a lot while working there. Everyone is so nice and it feels like a family. It is also a very casual office. They even have beer and wine available in the kitchen if you are working after five. The internship helped me to understand what kind of office and job I would enjoy working in.

Since you will need six to eight hours to properly complete this exercise, 41 The Job Hunting Guide 42 divide your time into two or three work sessions. The exercise consists of six steps. The steps follow the basic pattern of generating raw data, identifying patterns, analyzing the data through reduction techniques, and synthesizing the patterns into a transferable skills vocabulary. You need strong analytical skills to complete this exercise on your own. The six steps include: 1. Identify 15-20 achievements:While ideally you should inventory over 100-150 achievements, let’s start by focusing on a minimum of 15-20 achievements.

Employers want to know who you are in terms of your interests, skulls, and abilities in reference to their hiring needs. They hire people whom they believe have the necessary knowledge, skulls, and abilities to do the job in question. Above all, they want proof of past accomplishments so they can predict your future performance with them. In other words, they want to lmow what benefits, in the form of specificaccomplishments,you will likely generate for them should they hire you. Your immediate job search goal - from conducting research to writing resumes and networking - should be to get employers to interview you because you appear to be a good “fit” for their organization or team.

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