How to Find a Job


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How to Find a Job

  1. 1. Tips For Candidates
  2. 2. As a fresher, after graduation, you find lot of difficulties to find a job. Though you are strong in academic, but as a fresher, you will be totally confused in selecting the domain. If you are from basic background, you have lot of option in selecting multiple domain. But question arises, • How to find a job? • Preferred location to work. • What are the technical skills needed to apply for the jobs? • Any extra courses needed for the jobs? • What domain to choose? • How to prepare for interview? Nowadays, no companies are ready to provide training for employees except students of campus selection. As a fresher, If selected, you hardly get one week to pick up and follow the track as per their quality. Most of the companies look for experienced candidates of minimum 6 months and considered them as fresher's.
  3. 3. During graduation, preferably last year, you should be ready for future growth. Be prepared, what to do and what not to do. If your going to enter into IT field, it is better to have some extra short-term courses or you go ahead learning yourself on internet where lot of free training courses are available including practical. Before heading forward, search the market place and customers demand including your interest in the field. Most students option for self business after education while some go to work, its all depend upon their interest. Have a touch with your friends or seniors who are already working and get idea from them. Read newspapers, job ads, search on internet about companies, employment etc. You may be having good academic background but with little knowledge on market jobs, it becomes extremely difficult when searching for the jobs specially candidates from town seeking employment at metropolitan cities.
  4. 4. Target only on one subject and construct your career. For example, if you have optioned Bsc in Physics, Maths, and Chemistry, select your interest and move forward. If you’re looking to make a career in life science industry, then you go for extra courses like HPLC, Fermentation technology, chemical analysis etc. There are lot of short term courses conducted by governments and private institutes for short duration. If you have chosen Maths as a subject, you can option programming language for your career growth. Most of the software companies prefer Maths as one of the subject at degree level. As a Physics at degree level, you can go for short-term courses on electronics, embedded technology or physics related technical courses to work in manufacturing companies.
  5. 5. If you are from arts background, then you are lucky to have plenty of opportunities in IT and Non-IT field. If you have studied English as one of the subject, you can easily enter into software companies. HTML, CSS including HTML 5 and CSS 3 are based only on English. Besides, Content writing, Technical writing, Business development, Recruiter, PowerPoint specialist, E- learning, Admin, HR, Web designing, E-mail support, Editor, Social media, Search engine optimizer, Instructional designer, Market analyst etc. All these designation requires excellent communication and writing skills in English. If you are from commerce background, you can go for BPO companies specially financial sectors or can work as a accountant in private firm. There are many courses available for short duration. Unlike B.A and Bsc, syllabus of is common to all except the languages. Multinational companies specialized in financial sectors offer attractive salary packages, and vacancies are huge in numbers. Though software skills not needed, but should be excellent in Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint, and some hardcore knowledge on accounting.
  6. 6. As a fresher, how do you find a job? Most of the candidates struggle to find a job as a fresher as they are unaware of companies, current openings, locations, job market. Due to lack of relationship between candidates and employers, there is a gap expanding between two parties. So here is the tips During studies, • Research on internet and understand about current job market • Follow companies of your interest in social media. • Seek senior references • Have a regular contact with Recruitment consultants • Check websites for openings • Look for internship • Send resume to multiple companies
  7. 7. As a experience, how do you find a job? If you have enough experience and thorough knowledge on skills, and if you are looking for a change in some other companies, then you should have your own strategy of approaching companies. Mention all details in your resume and keep it updated online. Be prepared before you go for resignation in current company so that you won’t struggle at last moment. Tips here; • Follow companies on social sites and by email. • Seek reference from your friends working under similar domain. • Look for recruitment consultants working for domain you work. • Search companies website and current openings • Collect email id’s of recruiters who post jobs that matches your JD.
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