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Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Tips for grads, part 2: Finding the right job

Job hunting 2If you’re like most of us – and let’s face it; you probably are – job hunting is a daunting task. In this second post of my three-part series, I’ll give you some useful advice to help you start your job search and find that job that’s right for you.

Recent graduates often feel pressured to find the job that will kick-start their future in their chosen field. It doesn’t matter if that pressure is from parents, friends or society, but this can make finding a job stressful.

Job hunting can be an emotionally arduous process. No one wants to be denied a job that they feel fits them well. You might look back at your degree or course work and think that you are not good enough. Well, I am here to tell you that you ARE good enough and there IS hope. Here is a great article that will help you stay positive while you are applying for jobs.

It also may come to a point where you just want to give up. Read this article; it will give you hope and advice on what to do when you start to feel that way.

For others, job hunting might not be the scary part. It might be moving to the city in which you always wanted to live after college. A new city means new career opportunities and a different job market. Here are some great tips to help your job search in that new city.

Now that you have these great job hunting tips, tell us in the comments what your best practices have been for your search! Also, check out the GEICO career site to learn about our open opportunities.



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