Finding the right job after college takes a good deal of networking. That is, building relationships with people in the same field as you to help you succeed in your career once you graduate. Don’t wait until you graduate to start building these connections though. Begin networking now, and you will have a far greater chance of finding the right job when you graduate.
Probably the hardest decisions we make in life are the ones where we don’t have all the information we need, or, worse yet, don’t know which questions to ask. Researching possible college choices in the U.S., if you don’t have a significant knowledge base of the higher education system in the States, can be like making a decision in a vacuum. Deciding on what schools to apply to simply because you have heard of them is not exactly an informed decision and can actually be quite counterproductive. What really matters to you as you choose a U.S. college? Is it reputation, academic majors, location, size, or other factors? Continue reading