• 3 Concrete Ideas
• She could get into close contact with the
organization she finds interesting and ask if they
have a position that could match the skills.
• Short informal talks can be very helpful and can
open doors in organizations. She could try to be
honest, express her will and interest to learn
about this position and the required training to get
the skills that ar eneeded. In a short infroml talk
her expectations are getting shaped and she
narrows down her search to the job that fits to her
ideas. Also it clears up all the frustation and
insecurity of searching for a job that you don’t
know exists or can exist.
• She could engage her network to get
in contact with the right people to
hear about jobs.
• Networking is paying of really well. The
idea would be to listen closely what the
people tell her in the conversations so
she can make herself an idea of what
the job market for this field looks like.
• She should ask herself what she really
likes and why listens to her peer group
even though she would like to start a
• Getting a good idea about your interest is
a good start for everying. What are her
expectations? Interests? What does she
enjoy? What is her job-life model for the
future? What environemtn does she
prefer to work in – a team or individual?
• How can the job seeker find a job both
matching to her skills and her interests
while deciding independently from what
her peer group thinks.