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According to a 2014 survey by the Economic Policy Institute, the unemployment rate is 8.5% and the underemployment rate is 16.8%; both percentages have increased since the last study in 2007, with no end in sight.
Major mistakes college graduates make, per a 2015 Monster.com article by Charles Purdy, include:
- Not customizing resumes
- Appearing unprofessional
- Failing to network appropriately
- Setting expectations too high
NextStep will guide you so that they know exactly what they want and how to achieve it, all while maximizing your university’s resources.
These essential life skills will always be helpful; signing up with NextStep today ensures a successful professional future.
Another crucial area of our personalized Game Plan is social networking – networking opportunities are the backbone of connecting with others in a chosen field for information, employment opportunities, and professional development.
One of the major mistakes graduates make is failing to utilize these networking opportunities appropriately – or at all.
We at NextStep will show you how to connect with potential employers in a way that underscores your strengths and abilities. Sign up now in order to begin; the sooner you begin networking, the wider your network becomes!
What Our Clients Say
I would just like to thank you again for all your help in going over my resume and talking me through changes that could be made in order for me to have more success…… I was just offered a spot in the internship program.
I wouldn’t be here today without the support I received from you.
I got a job at a research company and start next week!
With NextStep mentoring and guidance my son received three career/job offers prior to the commencement of this last semester in college. Thanks NextStep!
Without you I would not be where I am today!
I put my trust in you and it’s paid off “tenfold!” Thank you for being there to push and guide me.
NextStep was skilled at communicating with my son in a way that a parent normally struggles with.