5 things that you should do after graduation
You are done with your first degree and you are not sure of what you should next? Below is a comprehensive guide of 5 things that you should do after graduation.
If you have the financial ability traveling is the first thing you should embark on. Traveling opens your eyes to the world around you. It gives you a different view of the world out of your normal territory. Step out of your comfort zone and explore all that this beautiful planet has to offer.
Writing is the best way to let potential employers know who you are. Start a simple blog talking about what your love most. You can either start a free blog or a hosted blog which costs at about ksh. 5000. You can reach our editor Elvis on whatsapp +254720680341 for webdesign guide. Be aware that a blog is your brand and make sure you present what will market you most.
3. Apply for a job
After finishing campus everyone has living expenses. Try applying for a job even it is not in your chosen field to help you cover your basic living expenses like traveling fee. The best website to look for jobs in Kenya online is brighter Monday. You can also subscribe to our email alerts below to get monthly job alerts.
4. Spend Time with your family
You have been in campus for about 4 years with short holidays. This means that you have not had the time to spend with your family. so take the time to hang out with your family and those close to you. They have missed you.
5. Progress with your education
After having a rest of about half a year think of progressing with your education. Start Masters degree with part time classes as your work. There are thousands of people who graduate each year so the world is becoming competitive. To survive you need to be on top of everything and education is one of those ingredients that will put you on top. So, you take your level of education as far as your competitors cannot reach.
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