your job may have no relevancy with your major that you are learning now in university, it is a common
phenomena in nowdays, but it's not a bad thing, it don't matter, what you learn in university is ability, it
includes your study ability, your research ability, your communication ability with others, and your
organization ability, these things is the most important that you can use in your job, so you konw now,
in university, study and social activies are both important in your daily life.
Originally posted by chrisxu2009 at 2009-3-6 10:02
here is the lesson i learnt back to school ,i spent the whole year thinking about what shoul i do ,one year passed ,i did nothing .cuz i wanted to do many stuff which i couldnot finish in one ...
ahahah , i can drink less than two bottles of beer. that's really so bitter when you drink too much. The lefted one year is so limited , even though i have to think about making the best to improve my ability so as to match the competitive society.
Originally posted by mailcarrie at 2009-3-6 10:04
I think no matter what kind of job you are going to look for after you graduated, you must manipulate a foreign language(more better), OA, driving license(better) and the skill for how to ...
Actually, i am a english major student. You know english learning is so universal which makes it even worse to find a good job after graduation.
Originally posted by loves521 at 2009-3-6 10:05
firstly ,think about your major .secondly ,think about what kind of jod do you want after one year.then you should improve your professional knowledge,and learn some useful things which is related ...
thanks a lot. i appreciate your suggestions so much. best wishes!