But, does that mean it is a good time to pack your bags or sit on the beach all summer and just wait for things to improve? I bet you can guess my answer! NO WAY.
Narrow down your options for possible schools to 6 to 12 options. Then request an information and admission packet from each of these schools. Review and read this information carefully.
Now you have your resume ready, now what? Now that you are unemployed, you will need to decide if the career path you were on is where you would like to continue. Did you have job satisfaction? Would you like to try something new? These are choices that must be made early on in your search. Once you explore and decide what career path you want to choose, think about the companies you would like to work with.
Even if you draft your resume, have some others look it over for you. Use your career center contacts or the myriad resources on-line to get a sense for what employers are looking for.
You can make any job turn into something big. You may start out in the mail room, but who said you had to stay there. Getting your foot in the door with a company is a wonderful start. Once you’re in a company you want to work for, you can apply internally and prove your abilities for promotion.
When you approach a job whether it is full or part time, approach it as a professional job. You might not think that working at a fast food restaurant would call for a professional attitude but if you’re major is business it does.
Coming into school there is obviously a lot to plan for over the next four years. But college should be exciting and the decision made in personal education should continue to have a positive impact in the future. If a student finds their ideal major that they can excel at, what could they be expected to make after graduation? There is a potential to make ,000 salary in the first job after graduation or more since the recession has ended. This number is significantly higher than those who did not find a job in their field of study who made about ,000 (Stone, Van Horn, Zukin 18).
Chris Bosh. A multi-talented player with many elements to his game, Bosh can score the ball with ease and his quickness makes him one of the most dangerous offensive weapons in the game. At just 25 years old, he should continue to improve with time.