To many of the new graduates, the first and foremost issue (and problem) in a job hunt is the documentation of all your previous experience in all aspects of life at your first twenty years. This includes education background, internship or summer job experience, extra-curricular activities, clubs and societies involvement, as well as hobbies and interests. To most of the junior job searchers, writing a CV results a question of What to include in the list? To answer this question, it is essential to understand the meaning of a CV.
It's approaching mid-July and for most of the recent graduates, this should be your last moment to grab a job which starts in September. In the future posts, I am going to give tips on job search.
But knowing your rights and responsibilities would be good to start with. Universally speaking, there should be at least six points to note and to expect from your potential employers:
In the US, I often encountered with people who are fond of China studies. They often asked me if the next wave of economic boom could be boosted by China, as having high growth despite the world's economic depression. Most of the college students are looking for internships or study opportunities in the People's Republic. Enrolling in Chinese language classes (Mandarin, or Putonghua as they put it) is among the most fashionable options to pick in undergraduate years. China, China, China... everyone is talking about China!
There are tons of things to do all across the country on the Fourth of July including parades, fireworks, concerts, and much more! Usually I would watch the fireworks on the beaches of the Jersey Shore, but this year I am going to be at our Nation’s Capital. My friends and I are planning a day full of events for the Fourth of July! I was lucky enough today to be in our Liveshots DC office as Tom Bergeron, who is hosting A Capitol Fourth, broadcasted to many different news shows about the show at the Capitol.