First Placements has built a business supporting students transition from study into employment. Join our growing community of students and universities partners and let us support you during this important and challenging time. First Placements’s programs give students the experience they need to enter the workforce and employers the opportunity to connect with a new generation of workers. Students can utilise internships to satisfy study credits or jump into a placement after graduation to develop their workplace understanding and practical skills
Technical staff, soft-skills trainers and all placements staff were excellent. My overall experience was outstanding...
Overall it was a good experience. Job fairs generally don't give an experience like this. First placement conducted aptitude examinations for the company...
Had a really great experience at the job festival. Sachin Sir is amazing. Your talk was Eye opening. Going to work a lot harder for my career now.
Its really wonderful place to grow professionally. The company culture is good. I have been an absolute pleasure to work with this company.
Before starting your job search, take the time to reflect on your strengths and weaknesses and the type of work you enjoy doing. The better you know yourself, the more likely you’ll find a new job that provides you with greater satisfaction. What do you want in a job? What’s most important, title, money, promotion, the work itself, location, or company culture?
Once you know what you want, it’s time to find out what the companies you’re applying for want. A great tip for finding a new job is to investigate a company’s Glassdoor page. It will help you get a feel for their company culture, figure out what questions they commonly ask in interviews, and even discover what salary you’re likely to be paid.
Looking for a job can be stressful. So, take some time to meditate, exercise, watch a movie or whatever it is that helps you unwind. Create a good support network – having people to brainstorm with or vent your frustrations to will help the process be less painful.