It’s a confusing world out there after your graduation. Degree in hand, many questions are bound to pop up in your head. “Should I work at a large company or a startup?” “Will I learn enough or will I get bored of the job after a month?” “What if I don’t find something relevant to my major?”
What’s it like working for a multi-national company with over 180,000 employees? Find out from one of the new employees at Capgemini, one of the world’s largest consulting, technology, and outsourcing companies. If you’re a fresh graduate hoping to land your first job, read on:
Living in the age of the web, it’s a great time to be alive. It’s also a great time to be an Android developer! With the Android operating system flourishing at three times the activation rate of the iOS, the Google-owned software has become a major platform in just 7 years.
1. Explain your work history.
Do so in terms of the value you delivered, not the feature specifications. Don't write "wrote scheduling feature." Compare that to, "Wrote scheduling automation tool that dramatically improved sales staff productivity - increased meetings scheduled by 32% and reduced sales call time by 14%." Most resume reviewers at the 'top of the hiring funnel' are not technical so won't understand scheduling, but they do understand creating a more productive sales staff!