How to Prepare for the Job Search While Still in College

10 Ways to Prepare for the Job Search While You Are Still in College

Tips on what college students can do right now to prepare for the job search after their graduate. It is important to lay the foundation for an effective job search while still ...

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Career Mentor for New Grad

Career Mentors for Recent College Grads

Insights for new graduates on the different types of career mentors, how to find them, as well as how to maintain a relationship with your mentor.

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Online Presence

Recent Graduate? How to Clean Up Your Online Presence for the Job Search

Tips for new graduates on what kind of information to remove when deciding to clean up your online presence, as well as how to go about it.

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First Job After Graduation

What to Look for in a First Job After Graduating from College

Insights on what to look for when applying for your first job after graduation. Even if you cannot land a position in your field of study, try to land a position that is related...

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Editor's Note

Here is the most important advice that you will ever hear:

BELIEVE IN YOURSELF

Ask yourself, what kind of pitch can you make that will get you hired? What is your edge? How are you different from others? What are your strengths? What can you bring to the job that is valuable?

Confidence is key. It is the seed that will make things happen for you. You need to believe in yourself in order to have the drive to go forward with your job search. It may be a long journey. We don't know, but you need to be ready for it.

Looking for work is a lot about attitude and having the right outlook on things. You need to be positive to draw good luck and for people to want to give you a chance and work with you.

However, don't put too much pressure on yourself. Employers understand that you are new to the job market. The main attributes they will be looking for are that you have the right foundation and the right motivation to learn and grow. Potential and an open mind are what employers look for in new graduates.

This section is dedicated specifically to new graduates. However, the more general resources found elsewhere on WorkBloom also apply to you. Therefore, make sure to look at those as well. Good luck in your journey. Remember, life is a marathon, not a sprint.

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