- Assessing Yourself
- Exploring Careers
- Exploring Educational and Training Options
- Creating a Plan and Setting Goals
- Marketing Yourself and Finding a Job
Marketing Yourself and Finding a Job
The Hiring Process
Each company and organization has its own unique hiring process. Some of the steps may be similar so it's a good idea to direct your specific questions to your potential employer.
It is important that you review each offer carefully and evaluate all the relevant detail, such as benefits, salary, location and commute, work place environment, work schedules, cost of living, potential for and advancement.
- Evaluating Job Offers
- Questions to Consider When Evaluating a Job Offer
- Comparing Job Offers
- Cost of Living in Various Cities
- Declining a Job Offer
It is a good idea to look at the entire benefits package. Some benefits have a cash value while other benefits may impact your quality of life or job satisfaction. Both types of benefits should be considered carefully. Benefits can be complicated especially if you are new to job market.
The links below offer information and suggestions about how to make sure your electronic image reflects accurately who you are in person:
- Benefits: What to Ask and When to Ask
- Types of Benefits
- Benefit Eligibility
- How Benefits Can Benefit You
- Evaluating a Benefits Package
Once you are hired by an employer, it is important for you to become familiar with the information and expectations of some basic information. Below are some resources to help you with this transition.