“Many graduates.reported they would have done something differently in college if they had to do it over.been more careful when selecting a major. When asked what they would have chosen instead, 40% of the sample said they would have chosen a professional major, like education, nursing, or social work” (Stone, Van Horn, Zukin 24).
The recruitment regulars say that when you’re job hunting, you should not spend too much time online. Some advisors report poor success rates to those who use online jobs forums. The point they make is that you should ask yourself have you ever heard of anyone who has gotten a job through a job board? Ask yourself, what do you like about them? What frustrates you about them? Most will say they are of doubtful use.
Teeth and Dental Care. Don’t let your dental health slide. Your dental health affects your overall health. At home, regular brushing and flossing with regular checkups and cleanings can keep expensive dentistry at bay.
When you look for a job in your major make sure that you don’t overdo the balance between family, school and work. Many students fail because they take too many classes and try to work full-time.
Find out about the reputation of the school. Talk to students that currently attend it. Research the alumni that have graduated from the same program you are interested in attending. Where are they currently working? What accomplishments have they been able to make?
Below are some sample answers. Please be sure to practice your answer with a friend or two. If you are a college graduate, the career center staff should be happy to help you prepare for a job interview, and can help you review your answer to this question.
I had to help prepare a Valentine’s Day Dinner at the church and stayed all snug in bed. I prayed for their safety and his health. The roads were to get bad over the day. I figured I had a couple of hours to sleep in. Everything was under control. Never be too sure of that.
The unemployment rate for the greater Charlotte area is 10.4 percent. With the unemployment rate at this level, the pool of available candidates for the few jobs available is vast. So, with statistics like these, how do you find a job?