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How to find a ideal job for graduates?

First, you should evaluate your interests, as they will play a key role in your profession choice. Then, on the left, draw a circle 1 and write down your thoughts in it. 

Second, in a circle 2 on the right, put down what you are good at, which is something that not everyone else can accomplish and that you excel at. 

Next, you must determine what type of labor is required in the market and whether or not you are capable of performing it. In circle 3, make a list of them. 

The final stage is to try to discover a common point between the three circles. And perhaps it is the right job for you.

But if you cannot find your hobby or what you do best, try to reverse the operation: write about what you don’t like, don’t want to do, or the market doesn’t need outside these circles. You can reason backwards about what kind of job you are fit for.

Besides from that, and personally, when I graduated, I had no idea what I wanted to do, so I tried for a while, so here's a tip to assist you figure out if the position is right for you: 

It's simply to consider who you'll be serving, what they'll need, and whether you have the talents to help, as well as the situation in which you'll be serving your customer (for example, the working hours are 996, at night, or even at weekends). Those visual imagines can be helpful, or you can seek guidance from someone who is actually employed in that profession. 

I wish you luck in your career search. ( However, because most occupations are not easy, the first circle's interest is still more vital. Hahaha

Sept 15, 2021, 21:47

At first, you must have a good score in your college, and you had better learn more helpful things that let you become better. Secondly, I suggest you try to make some work in your spare time, which will help you get some ability to get what you want. Finally, please don't forget you are best, and trust yourself forever.

Thanks.

Sept 15, 2021, 19:49

Call daddy to rich guys like Ma baba and so on.

Oct 06, 2021, 11:39

I think there is no idea for most undergraduate what they are interested in or good at, most of them just follow the step of their senior. Just like I just eat the stuff on the handy, otherwise it seems that I would not take the best advantage of my subject and profession. However, they have no idea about the detail of their subject content, which probably already determine the career path after they graduating. So it is why most of undergraduate are in the position they have interest, but just for living. 

Sept 28, 2021, 22:27

TO be honest that finding an appropriate job is getting more harder nowadays. that's no doubt that something like information technology or finance are popular due to the high salary. but the most important thing is to balance what you're looking forward to chasing in your rest life.

Oct 01, 2021, 16:42

I think there is no idea for most undergraduate what they are interested in or good at, most of  them just follow the step of their senior. Just like I just eat the stuff on the handy, otherwise it seems that i would not take the best advantage of my subject and profession.However, they have no idea about the detail of their subject content, which probably already determine the career path after they graduating. So it is why most of undergraduate are in the position they have interest, but just for living. 

Sept 28, 2021, 22:29

I think there is no idea for most undergraduate what they are interested in or good at,most of  them just follow the step of their senior. Just like i just eat the stuff on the handy, otherwise it seems that i would not take the best advantage of my subject and profession.However, they have no idea about the detail of their subject content, which probably already determine the career path after they graduating. So it is why most of undergraduate are in the position they have interest, but just for living. 

Sept 28, 2021, 22:26

It is not easy to get a ideal job nowadays. According to thousands of undergraduates every year, it's very competitive therefore,you might learn more skills while you are still in university,paying attention to your self-improvement. As well as competition, also the certification as it needed.

Sept 26, 2021, 08:04

Complex factors lead to success. I think that interest or talent is probably not enough. The ability of social communication, a determined and firm heart…these all exert an important influence in your employment.

Sept 23, 2021, 22:16

I think you'd better to achieve good score or certificate in the colleague, otherwise you are hard to live and compensate with other competors. The above is the premise of your three circle. Without this perhaps you can only  draw one or two cirle. 

Sept 20, 2021, 15:20

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