The green industry is a great one to get into for graduates. It’s a growth area and likely to have significant public and private funding over the years as more aligned industries emerge and define their businesses. The sector is broad and offers an exciting range of opportunities for graduates seeking intellectually stimulating, rewarding and often challenging roles with great career prospects.
When you enter the world of work, thereâ€™s a good chance you wonâ€™t immediately land one of those cushy graduate jobs. Most of us, once we finish university, have to spend at least a couple of years working some of the worst jobs imaginable. To prevent this period of your life from being a total waste, it is important to look around you, take in your surroundings, and see what important life lessons you can learn from the experience.
Social media can be a double-edged sword. Used wisely, it can be used as a way of impressing prospective employers. Conversely, there can be times when information on Social Media sites can count against you. Here is a look at them and why a job seeker should join them to create a strong personal brand.
Career Fairs are such useful resources which can be wasted or misused by so many job seekers. Make sure youâ€™re not one of them by becoming proactive when it comes to finding fairs and preparing for the event. If this is done well, your chances of success at finding a job will improve dramatically.
Being an intern at a non-profit organization is one of the best ways to start a career for fresh graduates. Non-profit organizations also give you an opportunity to create a respectable network of professionals and make new connections. The work culture at a non-profit is, obviously, not profit oriented and more steeped in humanistic values, creating a warm work atmosphere.