Once you complete your education and start looking for a job, your resume will be that one thing by which an employer will know and identify you initially.
For most college students, the reality of graduating and moving into the world of employment becomes clear come internship season. This when you will start feeling like you haven’t done much in the past years to put together the best resume or there’s too much to put, but you have no clue where to start.
The process of job searching can be very frustrating for most fresh college graduates. This is mainly because they lack work experience, and as a result, cannot compete against other experienced job seekers.
Scholarships is often the first step many of us had to take in order to get into the world of academia. And is perhaps the most dreadful, not because it is complex or intrinsically frightening, but because it will be the first time you will be submitting a formal request for funds (but, I assure you, not the last!)
Your time in college will fly by fast. Before you know it you will be on stage, collecting your degree and turning your tassel. Hopefully, you’ll have a job offer in hand too and ready to launch your career.
It is important to still maintain a resume even if you connect with employers chiefly online. Your LinkedIn profile can serve as a resume, but usually someone in Human Resources still prefers to see a hard copy or at least a .doc or .pdf of the same.
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