How to find the first job
Start taking care of finding a good one.the job. still studying in high school. You have made your choice of profession, so take your studies seriously and try to get the maximum amount of theoretical knowledge that teachers can give you.
Practice will allow you to attract the attention of the employer and motivate him with her knowledge and personal qualities. It is likely that you will be able to negotiate after its end, about to return to the enterprise. Experience shows that enterprises give preference to those applicants who have already had experience in the company during the production practice.
Today, a diploma of higher education is a prerequisite for admission tothe job. however, among employers there is a perception that young professional, graduated from College, almost prepared to work. But even with a University education, experience of industrial practices and the writing of the diploma already allow to speak about any existing skills. So in summary you should not write "work experience, I have not" set their achievements during the study: participation in scientific conferences, research the job at the department, etc.
Examine the requirements that employers make, placing announcements in your field of expertise. It's a great hint on which you will be able to navigate – what additional skills you should buy, what products to develop.
Be aware of the latest methodological developments and technical achievements that appear in your professional field, take the initiative to be able to implement new ideas in practice. Knowing the direction in which develops in your area, it will be easier to offer to the employer to bring fresh ideas to used in practice stereotyped solutions. Fresh perception is an advantage for a young specialist.
Consider the prevailing realities and do not overestimate self-esteem. Be able to see the prospect and settle for suchthe job. where you can reach your potential, even after some time. Such work is worth it, even agreeing to a small payment and then, having shown himself, to receive a salary adequate to his abilities.