Finding A Source Of Income

After graduation you might be looking for a source of income. You might be quite skeptical about the field you want to work in. It’s important to always make sure that the field which you chose pays direct resonance to the field which you studied in. This is mainly because you will be wasting time following something unrelated if it does not go hand in hand with what you studied. First off, when it comes to finding a source of income you could start looking on the internet to check if there are openings and you could also go through websites to check if there are openings which may interest you. If you by any chance happen to stumble upon something which catches your attention you could call them right away and get more details about the position. Once you have gotten yourself up to date about what’s being carried out in that particular place, you could send your resume over and you could get ready to face the interview.

When it comes to the interview, it’s always good to go well prepared. Since, this will ensure that you will get the job without any hesitation. You could do some background research on the company so that you could answer if you were asked questions. The most frequent questions which are asked are “Why did you choose our company” and “Why should we hire you” therefore, it’s always better to go prepared so that you won’t hesitate. It’s also good to do some research about the position which you have applied for. For instance if it’s in the field of finance then you might have applied for audit jobs in Singapore. Therefore, you could do further research on the field you applied and could check up for the skills which are required.

You might also want to display confidence when you are facing the interview. This way the interviewer could make sure that you know what you are talking about. If it’s banking jobs, you might want to answer all the questions asked about the position with confidence.

The final thing which needs to be looked at is the salary. Since this will be your source of income, you might want to make sure that it matches your need. You might have a clear picture on your mind about the salary and when you are bargaining you might want to make sure you bring it up. Bringing up unrealistic values might cost you the job therefore, you could do research on the paying limits and decide on a rate.