By the time graduation comes around in May, you might have been so busy studying for final exams and proofreading your thesis that you haven’t even thought about your next steps. So here are six things you should do now to prepare for your entry into the job market.
1. Get your CV in order
Particularly if it’s their first entry into the job market, many students do not have a well-crafted CV ready. Resumes used for campus jobs or internships aren’t likely to cut it when entering the competitive global development marketplace, so now is the time to make sure your hard-earned skills and experience are organized into a compelling CV that will help you score an interview.