Putting yourself out onto the jobs market can be a daunting process, especially when you have not clear ideas about what you might actually want to do.
According to a recent article in The Guardian, start by pinpointing your strength and values.
You’ve probably been answering questions about your dream career since you were too young to know what that meant. Chances are you’ve changed your goals since then (shout out to all the astronauts/cowboys/chocolate factory owners who didn’t), but as you near the end of university, that concept starts to become a lot more real. And daunting. Especially when you haven’t got a clear picture of where you are heading after graduation.
To read the article, click here.
Source: The Guardian