Thursday, April 01, 2010
Congratulations to all the 2010 graduates! It’s time to face the new world of reality. Job hunting, parting time with close friends, practicing full independence, and other sort of things you can think off outside the university premises.
When looking for a job, consider your interest and field of specialization. Though, it can’t be denied that remuneration package and future working environment can greatly affect one’s decision. It’s not a bad thing as long as it can guarantee your happiness and leads you to a promising career path.
With the rising call center industry, we must be thankful that it can accommodate more job-seekers from different fields of education. The past years have been more challenging to fresh graduates when job applications were done on-site and there were limited job opportunities. There were no online interviews yet. Among the few options are just office works and industrial jobs. The good thing about the latter is that there are some companies who are advocates of compensation on a no win no fee basis. Though accidents are not good in every sense of the word, the fact that they are inevitable really requires this type of injury compensation. This may not guarantee industrial safety, but still, it sets your life at ease. No worries, no heavy obligations on both sides.
Labels: Industrial Safety