With the start of the new school year brings the stress of lining up a job after graduation. Yet when you’re in college, it can be difficult to find any job opportunities at all—let alone identify those that would be a strong fit for you. So we’ve compiled seven specific strategies you can take to determine which kinds of jobs interest you most, how you can go about finding those opportunities, and how you can make connections with employers to help you land a specific job. If you follow the steps in our infographic below, you’ll be well on your way to finding a job you love!
Commencing your law school journey is no easy task, and can often feel like learning a new language. Professors do their best to break down legalese and abstract concepts into something digestible for students, but keeping afloat amidst the mass of content can be difficult.
Each year, thousands of international students apply for H-1B visas—temporary non-immigrant visas that allow individuals to work in the U.S. Since only a limited number of H-1Bs are given out each year, the H-1B visa process can be stressful, not to mention difficult to navigate.