Every start of an academic year is a sigh of relief to you. At least you have something to keep you busy for the months to come much as indulging in a lot of fun stuff is no longer a priority. Feel lucky. To those in the finalists’ class, however, are tense moments. What next after you are done with the campus? Hundreds of companies will be looking out for you through their graduate programmes, some of which are way thorough than we are ready for. The fear to be edged out is real.
It is a common practice all over the world for students to pitch themselves to the employers from earlier on. There is no room for mistake in this. How do you go about it? It is another learning process altogether involving professions. To have that competitive edge you’ll need to get advice on:
Preparing your CV as suggested on this Trust My Paper rap video
What the interviewing panel expects
Workplace grooming, especially if you have to find opportunities outside home country
Get help with the workplace ethics, and
Depending on requirements, take the best passport photo for your CV
Assessing what you know on the above might deal a blow on our need to stay positive ahead of a job hunt. Seek help.