Fresh out of college and ready to take on the world; this is what describes the college grad. However, before the world is faced, developing some skills that will help in the workplace is essential. These skills have been enlisted here.
Nearly 64% of job hunters get jobs through networking. Not only that, they get better jobs than their non-networking peers. To make networking work for you, let’s take a look at your options and how to prepare your contacts to help you.
Graduating is always exciting, but reality sets in and forces you to face the big question, “What am I going to do with my life?” To prevent this from happening, here are some healthy habits for current college students to adopt to better equip them for the workforce
Joining the workforce brings with it changes to your previous lifestyle be it in high school or college. You learn new things and you deal with new people. Couple this with an innate enthusiasm and energy a career newbie brings to work, you are sure to go through some stressful periods. These are some of the earliest stress management tips for you.
If you feel like you're working more, but getting less done, you're not alone. Employees are working an average of 44 hours per week, of which only 29 were considered to be productive, according to a new survey of 1,200 full time office workers.
Many of us have career dreams we aspire to achieve, but often we are left feeling daunted by how to turn those dreams into reality. Whether your goal is to land your ideal job upon graduating from college or earn that promotion you have been eyeing in your current job, it’s vital to have the support of those around you for your cause.
The single biggest challenge we have is how to effectively manage tasks in an age where overload is the business norm. Specifically on what is the basic nature of different tasks? How best to (and quickly!) prioritize them? and How to become effective at deciding what is "urgent" and what is "important"?. We discovered, that while individuals have different thresholds of how much of a "load" they can bear before they experience "task overload," everyone eventually feels it.