From the Career Development Suite One of the biggest questions shared by people in the pursuit of education is if they will find a job after graduating their program. It’s a tough question that no one can really answer. On the other hand, the millions of people gainfully employed in virtually every career field imaginable is an indication the hiring process is still alive no matter what the economy appears to be doing.
Pursuing and landing the job or career of one’s dreams is a slightly different process for everyone. However, there are similar elements that point to success in every applicant who manages to secure their career of choice.
Hard work, commitment, vision, tenacity, favorable local job market conditions and a willingness to grow through continued education seem to be the keys to success.
It’s about understanding how the odds of finding a career tend to favor those with the right training, skills and support systems in place. Getting an education is hard work, and following through to find a job in a field of choice may be challenging for some. But, it’s not impossible!
Why? Because career training that is industry-specific means an industry has input and impacts the curriculum being taught at various schools. This way, students receive hands-on training and are encouraged to develop the skills and job instincts industry employers can readily identify with.
Everest believes in providing industry-specific education, and works hard to give students the knowledge and skills that help make them job-ready when it comes time to launch an entry-level career.
Everyone has a place in life and a level from which to branch out and achieve. For many, Everest has been the perfect starting point.
Will I find a job?
Contact Everest today and ask the question that’s eventually on everyone’s mind who pursues higher education.
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