The most important thing is to prove yourself and stand out as someone they would want to hire. If you can do an internship or even take a entry level job working with the public (such as fast food), it’s best. If not, remember you can use personal experiences that relate to the work. You can also broaden your skills or languages to make yourself stand out.
When it comes to finding a job, networking may be best. You can start by simply building relationships with people at perspective companies you’d like to work at. You can also ask your friends if there’s any openings at their companies. You can also use job boards such as Indeed.com and companies websites to find and apply to jobs.
After you get called to interview, be sure to prepare. Research the company, have 3 copies of your resume and references, and make sure you have answers for questions they may ask. Dress appropriately, and behave confidently but appropriately to all.
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