What I wish I had known: 16 student tips on how to find a job

The Globe and Mail

Internships and experiential learning are integral opportunities every student should engage in to gain key insight into the world of work, explore vocation, and participate in service leadership. These experiences can form a strong foundation that provides access for opportunities to network, receive mentoring, develop individual passions, as well as improve skill-sets (particularly soft skills) – all of which comprise fundamental steps in landing a job today.

Be likable and humble. At the very least, make them hope you’re the most qualified for the job.

Be flexible and adaptable, and don’t have too big of an ego. There’s no job too small – approach everything you’re assigned with a positive attitude. Your employer will notice and trust you with greater responsibilities in time, but you have to earn their trust first.

What I wish I had known: 16 student tips on how to find a job – The Globe and Mail.

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