Things to Consider in Applying fo.
Many students consider applying for job very important after graduation. They think it will affect their course of lives, their circle of friends, and even their choice of spouses in the future. The following are two suggestions that you should consider when looking for a job.
First, you should have an awareness of yourself, your personal interests in particular. Generally speaking, your interest supplies your motivation and energy for work. If you don＇t have any interest in the job, you are sure to be bored by it even if it is a highly paid one. Second, you should have knowledge of the job itself. The job you are looking for should neither be beyond your reach nor should it be too easy. Instead, it should bring your abilities into full play. Going to work that is too difficult may only lead to frustration and failure. Going to work that is too easy, however, will be a waste of your knowledge, and you will soon lose interest in it. Besides, you should think of the prospect of the job. Will you have a promising future if you take the job? Do not be misled by the present salary it offers. Think of its future development. It is important to weigh the immediate advantages against the long term prospects of the job.
At this point, it is always advisable that you turn to your parents, your teachers, and your friends for help if you cannot make the decision. They are the people who know you the best. You can also ask some job advisors for advice. They are usually experienced and can give you some valuable hints. Of course, it is you who have to make the final decision.