Get A Job!

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Start a good career, Set a goal, Start a successful job search, Get ready for the interview, Get ready for your first day in the job

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Get A Job!

  1. 1. Get AJob!Tactics For Entry Levels
  2. 2. -I don’t have a goal Goals-I don’t know what I want to do
  3. 3. • Apply for internships in different fields!• Work during the summers, and work for part- time experience during school• Connect with employers, ask for their opinions• Know your values, interests, personality traits & skills
  4. 4. • Apply for internships in different fields!• Work during the summers, and work for part- time experience during school• Connect with employers, ask for their opinions• Know your values, interests, personality traits & skills
  5. 5. • What would you like to do in the future?• How do you get more experience about this field?• What do you want to be when you grow up?
  6. 6. If you change your mind, change your goal!
  7. 7. -There are too many job related websites! I’m lost! -I don’t have time to job search Job Search-There is an economical crisis “no jobs out there”
  8. 8. • Use your career center• Create your digital ID (blog, Twitter, Linkedin)• Prepare a good resume & cover letter• Everyday, spend min 30 minutes to apply at least 5 new jobs• Crisis, yes, of course you can give up, or move forward & do your best!
  9. 9. - I have an appointment for interview! Now what?! Interview- “Tell me a little bit about yourself” questions, answers!
  10. 10. • Prepare, learn more about company - Key contacts - Products/services - Year of incorporation - Number of employees - Location - Type of customers - Possible future ventures - The name of the interviewer
  11. 11. • Practice possible questions & answers - Use examples - Use special comparisons - Support your examples & comparisons - Practice to be positive & confident
  12. 12. • Don’t be late to the interview!• Dress professionally• Introduce yourself to the receptionist• Offer a firm handshake to the interviewer• Wait until offered a seat• Use eye contact• Remember & use their name• Know when to listen & speak• Ask probing questions: “How does this related with current position?”
  13. 13. - I’ve got the job, now what? First Day In The Job- Where am I gonna sit at lunch?
  14. 14. • Don’t be there on time! Be there 15 minutes early• Wear something professional & comfortable• The colleagues aren’t aliens, talk with them• First impression! Relax, don’t panic & be confident.• Know about your role of responsibilities• Take notes!

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