Tips for College Graduates Seeking Employment
The college you attended and your GPA are not the main factors when hiring new college graduates, according to Korn Ferry Futurestep. In fact, only one percent said those things mattered anymore. In a new survey, Korn Ferry Futurestep asked 1,500 professionals about their business hiring plans. Troy, Steele, a college recruiting expert, said, “There are still some organizations that want to focus on elite schools and GPAs, but that’s trending away.” Only three percent of respondents said the grad’s college major was a top factor when hiring. If you want to relocate for a better job position, contact Jobs Across The World. The best employers see your information and can contact you when you submit your resume.
To prove that you are the right one to hire, there are a few steps to take. Attending job fairs is a good way to meet recruiters face-to-face without leaving campus. Do your research ahead of time to see which companies will be represented at the fair. Once you have landed an interview, show the person hiring that you have the drive, passion, and leadership skills needed for the job. Express a story about a time you not only faced, but overcame a challenge. Draw on experiences from clubs, volunteering, and work experience. Ask plenty of questions. Steele said you should have so many questions prepared; there will not be time for all of them. Jobs Across The World is available to provide you with an integrated platform that will help match your resume with open jobs all over the world.