Happy New Year!
Before we jump into 2017 with new posts, I wanted to highlight some important posts from last year–in case you didn’t catch them the first time around–here is the right advice to support your job search in the Food & Beverage industry.
Best advice from FoodGrads
- Read: Food Employers’ Top 3 Tips for landing your first job
- Read: No Relevant Experience, No Problem!
- Read: Job Fairs
- Read: Interview Prep – Research
- Read: Attention New Grads: 5 things you must do before you graduate
- Read: Career Advice from 3 Food Scientists
- Read: 5 Reasons why and why not to work for a large company
- Read: 6 Tips from a young food pro!
- Read: How to Job Search using Social Media
What do you want?
Your feedback is so important to us, we want to make sure we are providing you with the information you need and want! We are always going to provide a variety of content because we know how broad and diverse the industry is–different products, new technology and innovation as well as diversity of the people who will make up the new generation of the food industry–we’re here for ALL Food Grads and ALL career options.
‘Soft Skills’ is a term we know many college and university professors/councillors are using because they are being told by employers that new grads lack them and its creating an issue in the hiring process (regardless of the position, it seems to be universal). A gap exists between school and industry, and if these ‘soft skills’ are stopping you from getting hired, that’s a problem.
You need to work on your ‘Soft Skills’
What are soft skills? You can’t work on something if you are not entirely sure what it means though, and more importantly what it means to employers in the Food & Beverage Industry, right? We’re gonna break it down for you, step by step and fill the gap! Stay tuned.
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