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How to Get the Coveted ‘Top Job’ in Any Industry
We all want a ‘best’ or ‘top’ job. This would mean a high salary and financial stability. This is also why a lot of us go to college. We all hope to land a stable job through our college education. A good job can also mean the ability to pay college loans and making the ends meet comfortably.
Acquiring the best job for you will start at knowing what you want to do. A lot of college students and even professionals still don't know what they career they want to do. So, if you are still unsure, there are certain tasks that can help you begin to narrow in on a job that you would like to do forever.
The first thing is to make a list of the jobs or hobbies that you like to do or have a talent in. Then, decide based upon which of these jobs would be the most highly paying. Name at least what you think you are capable of and what job you think you will be enjoying of doing. After that, get the ball rolling and start using different social networking sites and the internet to know more about each of these.
One of the thing that you can do is to follow on Twitter the big people in the industry that you want to break into. This will not only link you to them, it can also help you in gaining knowledge about the industry and help you in starting conversations with those career individuals already established within it.
Joining fan pages and groups in Facebook about the career that you like can also help you gain more knowledge. Moreover, this can also be a way to connect and network with the people in the business and in the industry. This in turn can increase the chances that someone will notice you. With any luck, you might get that special chance to work with them.
Read more about the field that you want to be a part of. It is important that you get to know as much information as you can so that you'll know the ins and outs of the industry. This can also help you know the nature of the industry and how things are going. This can equip you with the basic skills required to survive or gain experience in any field from cooking to finance. Gaining extra knowledge will also help you to confirm that this is the true career path that you want to embark on.
Ask the people that you know who have jobs in the industry and get insight from them. You can ask them to coffee or lunch and inquire about how you can get the job that you want. Ask them about the industry and how they are doing with their jobs. This can help you know first-hand experience about the field and practical ways in landing the position that you've always wanted. Someone might even volunteer (or you can ask them) to become your mentor.
After getting all of the information you need, and making a decision on what path you would want to take, get the necessary education you need. Use the advice and references that you got from your resource persons to gain entry into the right school or training program. Getting the right education will also help you in qualifying for the job that you want.
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