The years go by and millions of undergraduate and postgraduate enter into the job market. But each and every competitor has to face their innumerable barriers while choosing their satisfactory jobs. Besides, there are some who change their own track making this situation even worse than before due to insufficient vacancies. The reason behind this situation is unemployment which is about 4.20% prevailing due to unskilled manpower.
Here we present some tips for job seekers
1. Having depth knowledge of your own sector
First of all, you have to be basically and fundamentally skilled in your own sector, bookish knowledge isn’t enough in this competitive world, rather first-hand skill is more important than that of.
Demand of experience
Experience is a criterion that is demanded by almost every company prevailing on the market, but the scenario is, freshers couldn’t manage this criterion due to their higher financial demand. This has to minimize at some point, as you need a platform to show your skills, later on, you will be benefited for sure.
Wherever you work or your sector is, you have to be fundamentally strong and technically balanced. Technology is a trump card for yours, right now on this earth. Therefore, you might need to know the technology which is related to your sector and might have to be skilled with the
4. Having market knowledge
The sector which you are going to enter you might need to have enough knowledge about the pros and cons of your Sector. Therefore the market survey is very important in order to be updated keeping pace with the time and present world.
5. Having the knowledge of growth
You might have to be well aware of the growth of your sector because at the end of your career you might want to see yourself in a better position. For example, if you would be a university teacher then there is a chance of having a
6. Adaptability towards uncertainty
Uncertainty is beyond understanding, therefore you have to increase your adaptability towards everything. You have to face challenges and should overcome those with the courage of your own having an ever-smiling face.
Contributor: Sanzida Ferdous | Studying at Mawlana Bhashani Science & Technology University, Bangladesh.