Job Searching Tips For College Graduates

The job search process takes months. So if you decide this is the path you want to take after college, it's important to start your senior year if you want to have a decent job after graduation. 

If you're not sure what type of job you're looking for, take the time of year to find out. You can also get information about graduate work search via the web.

How To Find a Graduate Job

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Schedule a meeting with a career advisor to advance your career interests, schedule a meeting with a professor to discuss career paths, or schedule a briefing session with professionals in your field to learn about various positions and careers in the industry. 

Plan your senior year as you prepare to enter the profession. 

Making a decision: If you have decided (or are still considering) to enter the job market after graduation, there are a few things to consider. Think about where you want to live and work after graduation – are you just looking for a city or are you ready to move if you look for work elsewhere?

Last Minute Accelerator: If your resume seems blank or you haven't completed an internship or part-time job, now is a great time to do so. It is important to have experience in applying.

Networking: Don't wait to finish networking. As a senior, after graduation, you should discuss your intentions and career path with family and friends. 

Tell them what position you're looking for so they can follow you if something happens or refer you to someone they know in the industry.