Coming to the end of University, it beginning to become clear the real life situation of finding a job. The aspect of looking for a job is not the daunting part, the interview is! Job searching has been made quite easier with the introduction of the internet. Now simple researching techniques on google can bring fourth all the jobs you would like to look at. However, are these jobs the correct ones for you?
When looking for a job, always think about what you are passionate for and what you would like to do for the next couple of years. After graduation, its very common to want o step away from the job genre you have just studied to experiment with other systems in life. Many graduates decided to look at job specification just for the degree but this can limit you when searching. Always search for the perspective job but add the extras you would mind working: Example 'Photography' with subtitles 'medical' or 'Scientific'.
Another thing to consider is your CV and Cover Letter. The cover letter should be straight to the point and demonstrate your interest it the job you are applying for. Convince the reader that you are the ideal person for the job: Be Enthusiastic and Passionate.
The CV should portray the experience you have for the job and the element of learning you have undertaken to improve your knowledge and skills, for example university degree and previous work experience. Stick to being formal and use appropriate language.
Key Point: Always remember that a employer can visit your social media accounts and see what kind of person you are outside of the work environment.