How To Choose A Career – What After Engineering ??
What After Engineering ??
A person moving out from a campus and entering corporate needs to do a lot of planning
Making a successful transition from campus to corporate is the most exciting and phenomenal step in one’s life and that should be handled with utmost care
BOOK IS SPECIALLY DEGINED FOR FRESHERS/STUDENTS/COLLEGE PASSOUT
STEP BY STEP PROCESS TO TRANSITION FROM CAMPUS TO CORPORATE
Must Read Book For Fresher
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In today’s competitive job market, you need more than a strong resume to advance your career. Your resume, cover letter and LinkedIn profile work together to solidify your professional image and are most effective when used in conjunction with a strategic job search plan that includes face-to-face and online networking.
(A career decision or transition can be a daunting and difficult task. This applies to anyone, whether they have extensive work experience recently graduated from college. In this book you will get useful suggestions for developing an effective career plan.)
Most people just don’t get hired fresher not because fresher don’t have experience but because they don’t have perspective of what they are capable and how much training they need before they can churn out meaning full work
You are just at entry level. India’s terrible education system didn’t prepare you for the work you need to do ahead. Most of you are probably unemployable. The promises made by the admission counselors of the colleges you went to are probably false. Also, most of you have learned to game the system and have scant regards for rules. You have not developed the required work ethics. You are in trouble.
If you are a fresher, this is good news for you. It’s very easy to stand out. Your peers are not upto the mark. Just build tremendous work ethics. Do some real work. Spend months at offices learning the ropes, and don’t bother about 15 days and 1 month Internships. Get as much practical experience you can before you graduate. Real work, not just more CV points. And just be aware that you are beginning your career. Find out some extra courses or coaching that can give you a headstart towards practical knowledge. There is a long way to go.
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