can finding job after completion of college is difficult in these days!!!!!!

@yadav8797 (1211)
June 10, 2009 12:43pm CST
friend, in today's world ,when every country is suppressed from global down in economic industry and recession is on over the world.can this tough situation that is easy to find a job for fresher who are just passing there college.even the experiential are cut off from the companies due to recession is on. how to get the job in these situation.give some tip for that and what changes has to be made in resume or cv
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@eshaan (6193)
• India
12 Jun 09
it depends on your qualifications, if you have studied well and if you are good in your stuides, then you wont find it that much difficult, but with just degree and no technical knowledge again will cause many problems and then in India there are many other sources required that work to get the best posts
@iskayz (5422)
• Philippines
11 Jun 09
Hi there! From my observation finding a job nowadays depends a lot on luck.. Being on the right place at the right time. Patience is needed too so as not to easily give up until one finds a job. Being choosy is unpractical too. If one really needs a job, as long as it's a descent job, better grab it than not having a job at all. But with regards on the resume', I think an applicant should include his/her best skills and the more skills an applicant has the better. In CVs an applicant should also include seminars they have attended and certificates of additional learning skills they have completed, other than the degree they have finished.
@daneg33 (1131)
• Canada
10 Jun 09
Here is a different approach that may or may not work. Find a job that pays the bills in a video store, restaurant or a fast food place. When you are not working there, go around to places that you would like to work at, give them your resume and offer to do an internship or work for free (volunteer). This way they will get to know you and your work habits and if some full time job comes up, they will offer it to you first.