rj5 - Laura Simon Mr. Burns English 110-031 3/4/07 Reading...

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Laura Simon Mr. Burns English 110-031 3/4/07 Reading Journal 5 Most college graduates attended college in order to receive a higher education and to be better prepared for a desired position in a field of interest in the workforce. However, not all college graduates are automatically taken into a job. There are many factors that go into the process of getting a job. Networking, internships or prior experience, connections, a good resume, and skills in the desired field of work, are very important factors in getting a working position that is desired job There are not many jobs available that require a college education so competition is high and one must make the best impression that he/she can. During college, students should network as much as possible and meet as many people as they can in the industry that they would like to work in. Two ways to go about this is to get an internship and to go to career fairs. Once a student has an internship, if the company likes him/her, then that student basically has his/her foot in the door to that job. It is proven that most
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