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Here’s my best advice on what’s next: you don’t need a job. You need three jobs.
Leaving college and entering the world of work can be pretty intimidating if you’ve never had a full-time job before. There’s a minefield of things you might not be used to; feeling like you fit in can take some time. Complicating matters is the fact that young graduates don’t have a great reputation; the stereotype is that they have come out of college know it all and that this entitles them to their dream career. How can you come across as confident – but not over-confident?
Congratulations to the class of 2013. After graduation parties and a few days on the beach, it’s time to focus on your career strategy. There are several things you can do over the summer to get a jump on your classmates in what may be your first professional job search.
The job market is extremely competitive, and one small disadvantage can cost you the offer. Location can be an advantage for you or hold you back, especially for young jobseekers competing for their first job. Here’s how.