After spending 4 or more years of your life in college, you finally received your diploma. You might get tempted to take some time off to relax before searching for a job, but hey if finding a really good job means earning your own money as soon as possible, why delay it, right? There’s nothing wrong with waiting for a month before you start sending out your CV, since you’ve spent years burning the midnight oil just to earn your degree. But delaying your job search might also defer your future endeavors.
Finding a job after graduation is not just a piece of cake nor is it a walk in the park. The job hunting and hiring process often take a couple of months or even a year before you get your first job offer. For a fresh grad with no work background–this is truly frustrating and it makes you desperate. Be proactive and not just sit back and relax while waiting for companies you’ve applied for to call you back. We all want to be part of the competitive job market. If you want to get employed right after graduation, put yourself out there in the real corporate world and be on the right track for your job hunt. [Read more…]