I found a great article about a job search checklist for recent grads. The majority of the points were ones I’ve talked about (networking, LinkedIn, don’t focus on just job boards, etc.) however the last one really intrigued me and I had to share it with you. Here goes, “if you are a top contender for an opportunity, think about submitting a 30-60-90 day plan. This plan should articulate what you hope to accomplish in your first 90 days on the job. This demonstrates a focus, a level of interest and a seriousness that may differentiate you from your competition.”
How clever is that? I’ve mentioned before that it’s helpful to put together a presentation or bring some previously created material but I never thought about a 30-60-90 plan! What do you think?
What did you do today?
P.S. Here is the full article titled, Job hunting checklist for recent college graduate[s].