After spending many late nights studying at the college library and hurrying to finish your term papers, you have finally graduated and it is now time to search for full-time employment. However, unless you have special training in a particular field, many college graduates will have to search for entry-level positions. The job search for an entry-level position is often difficult, but having an impressive entry level resume can help.
Beat The Rush:
Well before your diploma has been handed to you it is important to send in your entry level resume to as many companies as possible. This would include researching companies that are currently hiring and submitting your resume to the Human Resources department or the person in charge of hiring.
Evaluate The Skills You Possess
As a recent college graduate, you might have few, if any experience in the fields in which you are seeking employment. This might entail you making a list of all the skills you possess along with any training you might have received during your college years. Any skill or experience such as Captain of the debate team, or Vice President of the Student Government Association should be noted on your entry level resume. This can help your to stand out among other entry level applicants.
Checkout online job portals
Visit http://www.rozee.pk and search for entry level jobs. upload your resume to their resume bank. There are 40% chances that employer will contact you by searching the skills you mentioned in your resume.
Check Out Your College’s Career Center
Once you have decided which of your skills to emphasize and have listed them within your entry level resume, you can use these skills to narrow down your search for a job. A great place to start your search is at your college’s career center. Many career centers will have job listings of companies interested in hiring college graduates, along with resources to help you write your resume and help you land a successful job interview. However, it is recommended that you not only submit your resume to companies that have posted vacancies, but to other companies you are interested in that might be hiring in the future.
Remember, the key ingredient in your job search is you. You must decide what you want and start early to work to achieve this new goal.