Please note! This essay has been submitted by a student.
Education is the most important part of everyone’s life. It’s like a root that grows with time and gets stronger every day as time passes. The world is changing as well as growing at a very rapid pace from the last decade because of which education is also becoming pricey. Students who are studying abroad are facing these high costs of studying and living abroad. To keep that balance of an economical life while studying abroad is also very important but how? Well, that’s why part-time job criteria were introduced in the market overseas so that everyone can live a peaceful life by earning a quite good amount of money. So today I am going to give you 7 tips that will help you in finding a part-time job easily if you stick to them. Here are these seven tips mentioned below:
This first tip will separate you from the rest of the crowd who are also looking out for a job while studying abroad. Don’t fall into a mindset that you will start looking for job after completing your study. Please don’t do that, in fact, start early as soon as possible. It’s more like first come first serve. Always prepare yourself at least 3-4 months prior to your course completion.
Choose the right domain always don’t get confused here because if you miss this tip you will suffer later in life. There are thousands of students as well as professionals who are earning huge amount of money but are not happy with their job, why? Let me tell you this because they don’t like the work they are doing. So choose wisely, don’t run for the money, in fact, go for the work you enjoy doing. The money you can earn at any stage in life but once you get into a different domain then it will be hard for you to make a change.
There are huge numbers of online websites that help millions of students around the world to find their dream job. All you have to do is keep your details updated on every social media platform. Social media networking websites like Linkedin, Naukri, AngelList, JobSeeker, etc. post jobs every day so that you don’t have to struggle much in finding a job. Be active on networking websites and keep your data up to date.
If something looks good people get attracted to it. The same goes for your CV appearance. Don’t copy CV formats from other candidates. Use your own idea then design your CV make it creative and different from others. Trust me it will separate you from the rest of the crowd. Just be yourself and be unique. Don’t ever think of using generic CV formats.
Get out of your comfort zone and be open to different geographical locations around. That’s why transportation is there in every part of the world. Don’t miss an opportunity just because the company is too far from your place. If your job is interesting and fits into your domain then be passionate about it. Location doesn’t matter when you have the potential to work independently.
Don’t rest after applying to companies hoping that they will call you back and let you know if you are suitable for the job or not. Keep exploring companies online as well as offline. Go out attend walk-ins. Go to companies’ career options on their website. Follow each and every application.
It doesn’t matter how many certificates, experience letters or mind-blowing CGPA you have scored in life if you are not confident enough to face an interview. Confident is the key to success in life. If you sound low in an interview you will surely miss that opportunity. Be energetic and communicate well. Keep socializing around in your free time. Go and talk to the people around you. Build your network during your studies in college and universities. Participate in every activity that is going on in your college or university. This is the best way to grow your network.