It is important to know what you want from a job before you choose an employer. Do you have specific criteria? What is most important to you; salary, location, work environment, travel requirements, benefits? These are things to consider before choosing a career. View K-State Career Center's listing of the hiring companies, job titles, employment state, and major reported by graduates here. Sign up for a Handshake account, the Career Center's recruiting and career services platform for K-State students, alumni and employers.
- When beginning your search for a new job don’t be discouraged if you find many of the jobs available are entry level. Employers expect employees to start at a certain level before they move up. This is meant to give employees an understanding and appreciation of the business
- Choose a career that is going to fit your needs. If you know where you want to be in ten years, don’t hesitate to ask if there are opportunities to move up in the business.
Visit K-State Career Center for more details on resume writing, job interviewing, and employer search. You can also contact your career advisor for your major. Use powerful tools available from CareerArc Group to leverage your possibilities of finding a job or internship.