Use These Shortcuts To Land Your First Job

By | October 17, 2013

The following infographic created by college career startup Collegefeed, details the first few steps of finding your first job–from creating an action plan, to reaching out to target companies and leveraging your network.

The graphic also provides additional tips to help successfully navigate the job search and application process. The end goal: land the job of your dreams.
Use These Shortcuts To Land Your First Job

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