Career coaching for college students and recent grads on how to find a job all about the resume, cover letter, networking, interviews, linkedin, negotiations.
A new study shows that college students need to be doing a lot more to set themselves up for a job after college according to the report, conducted by career website aftercollege from a march survey of 600 college students, 79% of students have done at least one internship in the past six months.
400,000 job and internship listings registered users explore zero in on entry-level jobs, internships and companies recommended by the aftercollege explore tool search search, click and apply to jobs and internships at companies that are hiring.
November may seem awfully early in the school year to be thinking about how you’re going to get a job when you graduate but dan schawbel, forbes contributor and founder of millennial branding, a one-man research and consulting firm that focuses on so-called millennials or generation y, aged 18-29, the new generation of college. How to get a job after college college is a time of enormous personal growth and development, but it doesn't last forever if you're preparing to graduate, chances are you're looking for a job it can be difficult to land that first.
While a lucky few receive job offers at the end of their junior summer internships, the vast majority will begin their last semester of college without a post-graduation plan according to a 2013 accenture poll, only 39% of the classes of 2011 and 2012 had jobs lined up by the time they graduated.