|Updated: 4/11/2007 10:26 am
||Published: 4/11/2007 10:26 am
Long months of studying and hard work aren't just for graduation, they're for a rewarding career. Many technical and trade schools offer job placement assistance. Some schools will have comprehensive services, such as training for interviewing skills and how to prepare a resume, while others will set up interviews with prospective employers. The assistance will vary from school to school, but virtually all will be able to help you find employment. Before deciding which technical college or trade school you'll attend, carefully consider the graduate employment program. Compare the different types of assistance available through the various institutions. How comprehensive is their job search program? Will they help you find a second job a few years after graduation, if you need them to? What about the quality of employers they seek: are these companies hiring skilled graduates for jobs suitable to their talents and skills? After you find a trade school or technical program that offers solid employment assistance, you can begin your training for an exciting and fulfilling career.