Seeking job requires your luck as well as competency which the employer looks in you, so it is very much important that one should have the relevant education as well as the relevant experience regarding any job if he or she is wishing to acquire any new job. But here a question arises that if experience is one of the most significant need and requirement for all the jobs than what are the availabilities for the one who are fresh graduates and who don’t have any particular experience. The answer is very simple and important; if anybody does not have any experience still he or she has its own opportunities and possibilities to attain the job.
- The very basic guide line is that look for such jobs and vacancies which have the requirement of fresh graduates and which do not have the liability for experience. Do apply for such job posts which encourage the fresh graduates, this might be any internship or even involvement in any project based employment. Through this you can enhance your experience and exposure level.
- If you are fresh graduate than create such a resume that it might encourage the employer to consider you as well for that particular job although it requires experience and you don’t have it. This can be done by highlighting such skills and abilities which you have that might help you in doing that particular job. So do inform the employer that how you are different from others who have the relevant experience but might be deficient in the respective skills, knowledge and abilities.
- Do mention in you CV that in which type of trainings and workshops you have taken the participation. Do make sure that if any of the training and workshop is relevant to the vacancy than do highlight it and do mention it to your employer that how this training will help you to do that particular job more effectively and efficiently than others.
- Do sell yourself to the employer, although you don’t have the experience which might sell you automatically but now it is based on your efforts that how you present yourself. Do make your SWOT analysis properly which should include your Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats, and do convince your employer that how you will become the best possible alternative he has for that particular job and how productive you can be to the organization if they will hire you.