BE to New Grads: Job Hunting Mistakes
Black Enterprise has a good list of five mistakes for new grads to avoid when job hunting.
As unemployment rates remain high and people compete for work, securing a job will be no easy task for the 1.65 million undergraduates expected to enter the workforce this year according to the United States Educational Department. The authors of Your Career Game (Stanford Business Books; $24.95), Dr. Nathan Bennett, professor of management at Georgia Institute of Technology, and Stephen Miles, CEO coach and vice chairman of executive search firm Heidrick & Struggles, advise graduates on what not to do while job hunting. Miles offers five key points for graduates to keep in mind.