William Frierson is a staff writer for CollegeRecruiter.com.
You have just graduated from college and are ready to conquer the world. First, though, you need a job. While you may not have the most work experience among your competition, that does not mean you can’t get hired. For some employers, the energy you bring to your job search can make the difference in landing a new position.
As a recent graduate, remember these tips in your job search:
Ask questions- Bring a list of questions to an interview. The interviewer will not only be impressed by your eagerness to learn, but also by your preparation for the interview.
Do your research- Take time to learn about job opportunities of interest by using a variety of resources such as newspapers, the Internet, and your network.
Don’t be afraid to be “old school”- Even though it is fashionable to use the Web for your job search, do not shy away from the outside world. Attend networking events to enhance your knowledge and make new contacts that may be helpful in your search.
More job search tips for recent graduates are available at the source below.
As a recent graduate college graduate, you should feel excited about the future. Even if you do not have a lot of work experience, allow employers to feel your enthusiasm for finding a job; that factor might just win out.
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