Life After Graduation – What’s Next?
Just about to graduate and not sure what the next step is after your graduation? Whether you’ve got your nine to five all planned out or you’re unaware of the post-graduate options available to you, turning those “what are you doing after graduation” questions into reality doesn’t have to be as scary as it might seem.
When it comes to launching your career path, there are a few different routes you can take to enhance your employability and to help you get that dream job. The below infographic, designed by Essay Writing Service UK, outlines some important pointers on how you can go about choosing your next path and some of your available options, as well as what each of those options might consist of. So whether you’re planning on going travelling for six months before starting your career or you’re itching to get stuck into the world of working straight away, this infographic has something for every graduate.
You might be lucky enough to land your desired full-time job straight off but there are some other great ways of enhancing your employability, such as working abroad, carrying out an internship for some crucial experience, or even postgraduate study to further your industry knowledge. In regards to your employability, your personal profile can really make or break the job application.
Your personal profile and how you present yourself as a potential employee is crucial. The infographic below outlines some of the key employability tools you should be using to help your application stand out amongst a pile of other applications. Your resume/CV plays an important role within your application, as well as your online presence within today’s booming digital world. So depending on which route you decide to take, the infographic below covers the basics on what tools you can use to launch your career and how you can develop your experience in the best way for you.
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