Entering the job market after you’ve completed your degree is easier when you have a plan of action.
Many of the skills you developed through your education are transferable to a work environment.
You can use these skills to demonstrate to employers that you have what they need.
Review your education, work and volunteer experience, making sure to highlight any group work you have done. Make a list of the transferable skills you used.
Think about how each skill could be used in a work environment. Try stating that skill in a way that will appeal to an employer.
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If you require immediate assistance, please call the Alberta Supports Contact Centre at 1-877-644-9992 or visit alis.alberta.ca for more information about how to plan your future.