Our recent pair of panel discussions offered lots of useful advice on how to look for a job. (It is that time of year when soon-to-be-graduates realize that the classroom is not such a bad place to be, compared to the real world.) Our students heard the usual bits of advice on “taking the opportunities that are given to you” and “making your resume as attractive as possible.” The advice of networking was extremely insightful.
To organize the insights, it may help to think of the various stages of a job search. You might think that the stages are
- to look for a job,
- to be interviewed for a position and
- to accept an offer (or not)
but that thinking limits your opportunities in any profession and especially in real estate. Continue reading