Gone are the days when employers were more than willing to employ fresh-faced, novice and straight out of college students. The notion is simply antediluvian, to say the least. In today's grappling competition, everyone is seeking an employee with some erstwhile work-experience or some hands-on working experience.
Today, an employer looks for the candidates who have experience in an office setting, and a valuable and proficient knowledge in their field of study.
However, with an archaic education system, the students are somewhat ill-equipped to get a credible and desirable job, barring a few. Which makes them seek for summer internship programmes
, which again is no easy feat.
What is lacking in job seekers?
Now, a student wonders if he/she can't even get into an internship program, how will he/she search for a job. When you are working for an organisation, they invest money in you. No one wants to spend money on an employee lacking in some way or the other, when there are thousands of other candidates, with more dexterity, waiting for a chance to pounce on the similar job opportunity. Despite a gradually increasing high unemployment rate, more than half of the employers said that they had trouble finding qualified candidates for job openings. Many employers have noticed that not only the college graduates but even the people who are coming with an experienced job prof...