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Empathize and Define: School-to-
work Transition
Ahsaan Rizvi
04-Aug-2013
Design Thinking Action Lab
School-to-work Transition
• Interviews with 5 students searching for jobs
were done
• Interview Questions:
• What is the b...
• Few jobs in the market
• Too much competition
• Pressure of earning
livelihood
• Risk in business
• No capital for
busin...
THANK YOU!
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  1. 1. Empathize and Define: School-to- work Transition Ahsaan Rizvi 04-Aug-2013 Design Thinking Action Lab
  2. 2. School-to-work Transition • Interviews with 5 students searching for jobs were done • Interview Questions: • What is the biggest difficulty in your job/work search? • How do you tackle it? • Why do you search job? • Why do you not start a business there is no job?
  3. 3. • Few jobs in the market • Too much competition • Pressure of earning livelihood • Risk in business • No capital for business • No training for entrepreneurship • A lack of central database for job seekers • Searched for jobs of his interests • Filled online CV at every company’s online database • Very few investors • Can there be other ways instead of internet for job search? • Employers can’t go through several resumes for a single seat • A central database with flexible filtration capability for access to relevant CVs is required • Industry-student networking events can reduce the distance find a jobGraduate /student jobs are few and risk for business is huge
  4. 4. THANK YOU!
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