As an undergraduate student, do you really worry about your future & need a damn good job? If yes, then you need to become damn good in things, which matters. It’s not only about bookish knowledge but about the skill set, which is in high demand and much needed by industry. Be learned about the latest trends of industry & trends of previous 12 month’s campus selection & companies. Once you do this reverse calculation, you will come to know by yourself that what skill set to be learned. We have identified few things, undergraduate students must do, in order to get the high salary paying job just after the completion of college degree, engineering (BE/Btech), MBA etc.
How to get a high paying job just after the college degree, Btech/MBA
We are enlisting here key courses, websites and other resources. This will help students immensely in shaping their career & professional growth.
1. Gain excellent communication skills
Communication skills help you to express youself and articulate well. Your attitude reflects in your communication skills too, hence be focussed & stay positive. Read books on attitude & body language and understand the power of your positive attitude and body language.
Your positive and friendly body language has power to create an impactful impression on recruiting staff. Not only interviewers, but in general, if people find your great postures, they will start admiring you.
Moreover, to express the message you should have right words in your kitty and use them with flawless grammar. It’s not an easy task.
Add dozens of words in your vocabulary on daily basis. Build your English vocabulary by reading books, periodicals and get a certificate in English language proficiency. You may get certificate either by clearing a certification exam like TOEFL, IELTS, GRE.
Else, join a course on platforms Coursera or edx. Check some prestigious Business English communication courses.
Also check these sources for English language proficiency (reading, writing, spoken & listening).
Now on wards mind your posture, body language, etiquette and use of words.
Therefore, half of the job is done, with your excellent communication skills only.
2. Learn core technical skills
Learn the technical skills. Keep yourself updated with industry trends and get the training from online or offline sources.
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3. Hands-on with Industry & corporate world (Internship & summer training )
Take it seriously!
Try to understand your passion and try to find out, what kind of job you’ll love. Be aware of your strong areas & weaknesses, accordingly choose the field of your future job. Get feedback from your teachers, trainers, classmates,friends & family. Many times other may also provide us valuable feedback.
Try to join the summer training and internship from second year of your graduation/engineering. This will provide you valuable insights and exposure of corporate world.
There is a Chinese proverb, ‘seeing is believing’. Similarly seeing and getting the hands-on experience has power to shape your skills accordingly. It helps in developing right set of hard and soft skills.
4. Take part in extra-curricular activities & leadership/team role
Do not be sleepy & idle in your college days and be active in class-room. If you are introvert, overcome your fear of facing the crowd & group-interaction. Do so by motivating yourself and be frank in expressing yourself.
Once these days be over, you will always remember them.
Gel with other batches students and do as much networking you can and have some purpose in dealing with them. This will help you in developing your own art of handling people well in order to get the job done.
5. Be careful, while writing on Social Media
Before recruitment confirmation, most of the leading companies used to visit your social media profiles. If they find something very objectionable, they take a note of it, and take it seriously.
Would you like to lose a prestigious job, just because of your some extreme views?
Therefore, be careful with the handling of social media.