As a graduate and being in my early twenties, I have felt like I was in some sort of race to get my life on track and work a big corporate job in order to be successful. Since doing the graduate program in LA, I realise we are all on different paths and your twenties are a time to try and to not be scared of failing.
While it may seem difficult and unattainable, I’m here to tell you not to give up! Today, I’m giving you some tips to help you get ahead with your application in your job search.
Online courses are a great opportunity to upskill and show an employer your ability to work on your initiative. Additionally, it demonstrates your drive and organisational capabilities which will help to refresh your CV.
I got through my leaving cert with minimal effort and still had no clue what path I wanted to follow. I thought I would give myself another year to decide so I did a PLC course in Business and Information Technology. I would highly recommend a PLC course to anyone who is still unsure of what they want to do, I learned much on the course.
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Looking back choosing a marketing and communications undergraduate degree may have been better suited for my career path now… C’est La Vie! However, I still gained a lot of experience and skills through completing my geography degree which can be applied throughout my future career.
Virtual on-boarding is a new approach for everyone to learn. Not everyone has years of professional experience to dip into on how to handle such a situation. Newer graduates are vulnerable in adapting to such an introduction due to lack of professional life experience, and my survival advice is that communication will be your best tool...
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Studying in the UK has been one of the most fulfilling and enriching experiences of my life. But it was certainly very different from what I imagined. In fact, almost everything I was sure I liked or didn’t like had switched places by the time I graduated and started working!
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