Employment action planning
For those who know
Some students know what career they are aiming for; they see a clear path in front of them. For these students it is important to understand which positions will help them move forward at each stage of their career and education. Understanding all positions related to their career will be a good starting point.
For those who are flexible
Students who are more flexible and open to different career pathways, it is recommended to fully understand your transferable skills and develop excellent job hunting skills. Rewarding employment opportunities can be discovered and obtained if you keep hunting for excellent positions.
S.M.A.R.T. goals provides job seekers with structure and guidance throughout the creation of their employment action plan. It assists you with identifying what you want to accomplish, your resources and how to measure your success along your journey.
S - Specific: Provide details of your employment goal.
M - Measurable: List out the actions or results that accomplishes your goal.
A - Attainable: Ensure you have the resources, finances, and support you need to achieve this goal.
R - Relevant: Understand why you are creating this goal.
T - Timely: Set your start and end dates.
Job search skills