Career Journal for Job-Seekers Considering Graduate School
Graduate School Module 8: Job Search Channels of Distribution
This assignment is all about opening your eyes to the wide and varied channels of where job-seekers find job leads. Be sure to explore the possibilities. Even though your immediate goal may be grad school, you’ll still need to conduct a job-search when you’re finished with this next level of your education.
Learn: About key job-search channels of distribution.
Develop: A job-search plan for using all your available job-hunting channels of distribution.
Take a spin: On our Informational Interviewing Tutorial.
Conduct informational interviews: From your channels of distribution, conduct two informational interviews to learn more about graduate programs and jobs in your field — and whether a graduate degree makes sense for what you want in your next job.
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