It will take most new graduates 3—10 months to find a job, so start early.
Career management is most effective when we come to terms with our own unique career journey. This made them proactive in managing their career and keeping themselves employable by getting results. Make sure you add value to your network before you ask them to add value for you.
You have the choice to respond flexibly to it by using it to your advantage rather than letting it disable you. Look at possible other avenues too — sideways steps with the same skills but in a different industry which excites you.
Step 4: Build Your Credentials and Resume This stage is ongoing and the more you build your credentials, the better your resume becomes. Step 5: Prepare for Your Job Search This stage requires researching companies and organizations you want to work for and establishing if your friends, family, or the Career Center have any leads there.
This step may also include conducting informational interviews and finding ways to gain additional experience and knowledge about chosen fields.