8 TIPS FOR COLLEGE SENIORS LOOKING FOR A JOB
For many students, the job market can be much more intimidating than the classroom. It seems full of uncertainty and the potential for failure that you never experienced academically.
Don’t panic. Do take action. We spoke with Judy Shen-Filerman, founder and principal of Dreambridge Partners, and Dave Sanford, executive vice president of client relations at WinterWyman, about the things students should do to prepare to enter the workforce.
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- Inventory the skills you can sell to a potential employer
- Be able to communicate your passion
- Itemize your competitive advantages as a recent graduate
- Network with people you know
- Tap into your university alumni base
- Stay focused and have a thick skin
- Be willing to start at a lower level but be clear about skills you’ll gain
- Stay positive about yourself and your capabilities