You’ve just completed your college degree and you’re ready to take over the world!
You’ve heard that the job market isn’t so good, but you’re not worried at all.
First, you hunt for some entry level job postings online:
You quickly learn that entry level can actually mean 1-3 years experience.
But no worries! That’s what those college internships were for, right?
After finding a few decent job prospects, you get to work polishing up that resume:
Once your resume is up to par, it’s time to work on crafting the perfect cover letter. Let this company know just how thrilled you’d be to work there.
Once those are both done, it’s time to send out your applications!
Now it’s just time to sit back and wait for the job offers to roll in.
Errr…Fast forward a few weeks. You’ve filled out a few more applications but still haven’t heard anything back.
So you hunt for more jobs:
Write more cover letters:
And send out more applications:
You start to feel bad for yourself.
You may even become a bit cranky.
The worst is when friends and relatives start asking if you’ve gotten a job yet.
You don’t know what else you can do.
But then, one day you come across FindSpark:
It has a highly curated list of entry level jobs and internships in creative fields.
It also has helpful blog posts with tips for building your network, acing an interview, improving your resume, and more.
As well as a Weekly Opportunities Newsletter emailed every Monday!
Best of all, there are lots of in person and virtual events where you can gain insight and advice from creative professionals, build your network, and meet awesome new people.
Remember, you’re not alone. Finding a job out of school can be tough. But with the help of FindSpark, you can make the best of this learning experience.
Are you a recent graduate? Congratulations! Check out the FindSpark blog for more great articles and resources to help you land your first gig out of school. Also be sure to check out all the virtual and in person events that FindSpark will be hosting throughout the year.
Do you have any advice for recent grads? Share your tips in the comments.