The first job you get after graduate school is usually the most significant job in your life. It marks the beginning of your career, and in most cases it is the determinant of the trajectory your career path will take. You should want to make the right decision about something that will directly affect you for the rest of your life. It is therefore very important that you involve people who have experience and the knowhow on which jobs would be suitable for you and how to apply for them. Some reliable sources on graduate jobs include;
- Graduate school
The most obvious one is from the graduate school; most of them will have a placement programme or an information desk where one can access information on potential employers, alumni associations that help in placement of students and partnerships that the school has with various organisations that absorb students.
- Companies that hold recruitment drives on campus
These are mostly multinationals that absorb graduates on a regular basis, these companies will usually hold a recruitment drive where they inform the graduates on the qualifications they are looking for and how to go about applying for the jobs.
- People who are in the industry you want to be in
People who have made it in the area you want to be in are very important both in terms of networking and getting advice on how to land you dream Graduate Job London. Make connections with such people and ask for advice on getting a graduate job
- Recruitment agencies
The caution here is to employ the services of a credible recruitment agency that will notify and you on graduate vacancies that suit your careers’ wants and expectations
At the end of the day be ready to take advice and remain open minded.