PFCollege: Always Project Professionalism in Job Hunting

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Personal Finance for College Students Series SealI found Anna Ivey’s blog, The Ivey Files: Musings on the big, bad world after college, because I saw through Technorati that she linked to me in her sidebar, and in digging around at her main site I found a great article about 5 Mistakes College Grads Make When Looking for a Job that you should read if you’ve been looking for a job. While she lists five mistakes, the main thrust of the article revolves around how you, as a job candidate, should try your hardest to project professionalism at all times. Give it a look at let me know what you think, she makes some good point.

This article is part of a new series I’ve started called Personal Finance for College Students (hence, PF College).

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One Response to “PFCollege: Always Project Professionalism in Job Hunting”

  1. eROCK says:

    \#1 … becoming independent is a huge step. I see young adults screaming ‘independence’ throughout their college career, meanwhile their parents are paying the bills, control their weekly spending, basically their life, among other things. Even after college many grads run to their parents for money, advice, and various other sorts of things. While it’s not such a bad thing, some recent grads take it to a whole new level as Anna has pointed out.

    The other items on Anna’s page are common sense, but we’re seeing an increase in recent grads that are totally oblivious to what’s out there. Ask yourself, do you want them working for you?

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