Why college grads shouldn't aim too high for the first job

05/16/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

College graduates who believe they will find their dream job right out of school may be disappointed, writes career expert Alison Green. In this blog post, Green urges recent grads to think realistically about jobs they are qualified for and concentrate on putting together a strong resume and building a good network. "Make sure to talk to people in the field you'd like to enter to understand how best to frame your candidacy and what jobs to target first," Green advises.

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