- September 20, 2010
- Posted by: admin
- Categories: Blog, Career Growth, Human Resource Management
It’s an aspiration of every graduate to acquire an equitable employment as soon as possible. However, it’s quite common for them to face difficulties in their job search. Possible reasons could be the present state of economic affairs that is still not very encouraging. Apart from young graduates, experienced personnel are also facing difficulties in their job search.
Consequently, unemployment is nurturing disappointment among youth, as more people are graduating with fewer opportunities available in the job market. Apart from lack of experience, lack of self-confidence and ‘field smarts’ also contributes to their ineligibility. Nevertheless, this lack of experience can be improved by doing internships that can help in adding some experience on their resumes.
Since some companies initiate these internship programs for cutting costs and training resources prior to a full employment commitment, they prefer appointing recent graduates over experienced ones to get things done.
What advice would you give to youngsters searching for jobs? Furthermore, how can they grab the attention of recruiters in the job market where opportunities still seem pretty slim?