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This is it, your education is now officially over and you are right in front of your professional career! A little bit frightening, right? Now it’s time to take control of your future and go job hunting. Don’t be reckless and start contacting hundreds of companies at once, but make an elaborated plan of your approach to get in touch with the professional world.
The selection test is an often feared step in the recruitment process. It can be frightening because you don’t know what is coming and unfortunately you can never fully prepare for a selection test. But don’t fear, here are some tips and tricks for acing them.
We’re back with a third blogpost. As you know, every week we ask a recruiter which characteristics that are important for him/her before actually hiring a young graduate. This week we interviewed Leslie Ewbank, Young Graduate recuiter at PwC. For those who’re not yet familiar with PwC: the company is a global leader in assurance, tax and advisory services.
If you have just graduated from university with engineering as your major, you can easily find your first job if you know where and how to look! Developing your career does not have to start with a first fixed job, you could prepare for a job in other ways. Competition in the engineering field is expected to be tough in the next decade. Graduates therefore need to go an extra mile to land jobs in the competitive field.
At Odoo, we like to do things differently. That’s the reason why we are organizing the AperOdoo every 3 to 4 months. We think that to find new amazing colleagues, we have to make sure they are going to feel good in the company, like the job, match well with the colleague and fit the values.We know that the biggest assets for the company is to have happy people working in it.