Looking for your first job is not easy. You can help yourself by researching companies one or two years before graduating. Graduates often ask, "Where do I begin my search?" and "What kind of information do I look for when researching a business?"
Focus on researching:
The best places to look for answers are the following:
College career development centers carry pamphlets with general company information such as:
The Internet can also be used to find and apply for jobs. Company Websites often contain job openings, benefits, ocation, job requirements, and a brief company history. University and public libraries can provide a wealth of information. Magazines and newspapers can be searched for up-to-date company information such as:
Information on financial worth and company policies can be difficult to find especially when the company is not publicly known. The following resources contain this information:
The suggestions listed here should put you on the right track.