Searching for your first job can be an overwhelming process with several ups and downs. You will go to interviews that led to nothing and apply for jobs you are over or under-qualified for. Eventually, your job search nos will turn into a yes.
Here are some tips for your search.
“PREPARE IN THE RIGHT CONDITIONS
One thing to practice early in your career is performing in high-pressure situations, like a job interview or a big presentation in front of coworkers. You’ve probably been told how important it is to practice your answers or talking points beforehand. But how you do that can have a major impact on your success.
BE RUTHLESS ABOUT PRIORITIES
Be sure you understand clearly what your new employer values, and focus your energy there instead of taking on “busy work” to try to impress or people please
START BUILDING YOUR FINANCIAL SAFETY NET
Good financial basics—maxing out your employer-sponsored retirement plan contributions, establishing an emergency fund of three to six months of expenses, and investing for the long-term—can help you overcome financial worries.”
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