Many fresh graduate who have recently completed their graduation their common question is “What now?” Numbers of fresh graduate do have work too. But for many jobs are hard to get.
Don’t worry this is the time to use your imagination. Here are some ideas for you:
- At first you don’t have to worry about payment. Because nonprofits are a nice place to start your carrier. May you get seldom pay but you will get experience. Internship that are not paid can often lead to nonprofit jobs.
- You may work in small cities too, particularly ones in out of the way places, can be also a great area to work. Be sure you find a support network!
- In big cities there are complicated and big bureaucracies with planning job is not available in obvious places. But obvious places like management groups, public work departments and housing agencies etc where have opportunities.
- There is another unstable opportunity but you can try if you want to do. I am talking about freelancing that takes the form of subcontracting for tiny and big companies.
- Finally, as well as types of employers you should also consider the locations where you are looking for work. Work will come eventually.
- At last as types of employers you should select the locations where you want to find work for you. Work will come eventually just look forward and go ahead.
- As the same way, development firms, architecture and big engineering may have small units that do planning work— getting permissions or entitlements, planning sites and districts, coordinating projects or doing public participation,.
- Very tiny firms often hire hourly and part-time people when they have work. Large firms doing smaller projects in local area may need extra hand for things like public meetings. You can say it bit of unpredictable as a long-term employment strategy but it can give you useful skills and good references. Keep in contact including your network of fellow graduates and let them know you are available.