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The prospects of the recent graduates in any stream or in any profession are to be looked upon when they just finish with their final exams. Are you one of the final candidates? Do you wish to get settled in a good job? These are few basic questions that whirl in our mind when we are vacant in life, as the studies are all over.


Hiring for a new post in the office for the fresh graduates creates a lot of turmoil in the company as they always look forward, to get the best candidate to fill up the vacant position. Most of us desire to get through in the best company and some of us do love to spend time without any work.

The hiring managers call is a great news for all of us. But the hard part is to get the job. Another most alarming factor is that whether you are ready for the job or not!  It is one of the prime questions that you must ask yourself, before going to any company or even applying for it. If you are looking to secure your first post-college job, you still have to put forward your feet tactfully.

Points to note whether you are ready or not, for the Job!

Reviewing the following checklist with ensuring that you are ready to make a successful conversion from your college life to a corporate world;

    Your appearance

The prime perspective to the employer will form on the immediate appearance. If you don’t want to disqualify at one glance, then be decent professional and polished, so that you get the first point of the checklist.


    Clean up your digital dirt

As it seems from the point your online presence can entirely work against you. Any employer thrives on the online sites to get the best quality employee on the vacant job. Polish and protect your reputation maintaining the adequate privacy of your online profiles.

  Smart attitude and confident overview

One unprofessional move can ruin the entire thing. If you do not have a suit do not worry at all, you need to look clean, fresh and confident.

    Your homework must be done

Show that you have done your homework on learning about the necessary topics. Depend on the website to gather as much as ideas you can grab on a certain post that you have applied for and the companies as a whole.


    Register on job portals

It is very important to get an account on the job sites if you haven’t done it and not even thinking of doing so! Then, you are basically not ready for the work.

    You’ve “talked the talk”

You may have a habit of talking much but in this case, you need to be polite, firm and crisp with smart answers of every question.

If you are not following the ‘must do’ works before an interview, then you are not ready for a job right now, and still enjoying your collegiate mood and love your freedom.

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