Beige be with you!8:39 PM
Feeling a little beige today as you can see from my pants, shoes and bag. But of course I had to go for a different colour when it came t...
- If you have the time, take a break first. A few months or maybe a year if you were really stressed out in school. Because once you start working, tuloy-tuloy na yan. You have less holidays, because usually schools have more of those and you'll surely be super busy. Unless your work is home based. ;) So, chill muna!
- During your break, contemplate on what job you really wanna go for. May it just be a stepping stone or career to the max, think about it over and over. :) You don't want to find yourself quitting immediately just because you took that job out of impulse, right? Also, find activities that can keep you productive, so you're not too idle. Ex.) Events, cooking or crafting classes, sports, etc.
- If you're done with your chilling phase or if you're still at it, start working on your resume and upload it on JobStreet. You can get prospect jobs when they call you. At least you're doing something productive while waiting.
- When you're already working, get as much experience as you can. It pays to have experiences, because if you want to transfer to another job in the future or maybe go abroad, you can show your employers that you have a lot to offer.
- Lastly, whatever job or career path you take, be passionate about it. When you love what you're doing, being tired or busy comes secondary to mind. You'll feel more fulfilled. :)
I know I haven't graduated yet (soon, I will!!), but I already have working experience and the tips, they're just something I learned along the way. Plus, I have an idea of what I want to do after graduating. So, I hope these tips help you!:)