For many people, the coming days signal the end of an era and the beginning of a new phase of life: the moment it leaves behind university student status and migrates to the status of a trained professional Tese de Doutorado.
The cold in the belly in front of the still-informed horizon is intense at this stage and the pressure, ditto. The problem is that the combination of fear, immaturity and pressure drives many young graduates into wrong career choices. See what they are:
1 Shoot all over the place
In the transition from student to professional status, many former college students tend to plunge into a deep anxiety to find a job to call their own.
The problem? In an effort to stamp out their work permits soon, many are hurrying around and making hasty decisions that could compromise a whole professional future Dissertação de Mestrado.
“They need to map the market and select what really has to do with it,” says Elvira Berni, managing partner of People on Time Consulting. At the moment, it is not yet possible to have a defined career plan, explains the expert, but it is essential to have a guideline – a direction of what kind of route the young professional wants to walk.
2 Doing everything to get a job in January
Another important fact that many young people forget: if you have finished college now, you do not necessarily have to be on a permanent job on January 1st.
“They think they need to make money to retire at age 30 with 1 billion reais in the account,” jokes Elvira. When, in fact, they should be concerned about one thing: experimenting and living new things, according to the expert.
“Instead of already entering the market, why not live a new experience, meet other expectations and probably improve a lot as a human being?” He asks.
3 Finding that is the last (or worst) package wafer
“Some in this age group are very special, they think they are much better than they really are,” says Elvira. “It makes them make mistakes in processes.”
At this stage, it is essential to know that “one thing is theoretical knowledge, another is professional life in practice,” says coach Thirza Reis. Therefore, humility is important and, at this stage, essential. “It is interesting that the formed one lower the ball a little,” says the expert Monografias Prontas.
On the other side, there are those who have low self-esteem and give voice to insecurity. The result is a paralyzing attitude and an intermittent fear of new challenges – something inherent in the first steps of a career.
The antidote is the same for both groups: you have to know each other better. This happens through therapy processes, coaching or deep conversations with mentors, Elvira lists – or other strategies that generate feedback and a clear picture of the weaknesses and strengths of each young professional Monografias Prontas.
4 Still do not know what sets him apart in the crowd
To debut in the market, we must stand out. But how can this happen if all you have in the curriculum are high school diplomas and higher? At this point self-knowledge comes into play again. “He has to be clear on what adds value and what can improve,” says Elvira.
One way is to look at what you’ve done in your four, five, plus years of classes, which can count points for your work as effective. Believe, from working in the junior business to volunteering: many college activities have the potential to leverage your career in the future Dissertação de Mestrado. And knowing them in color can be a differential.
5 Just want the icing on the cake
Make no mistake: early career is “grating” as ranks Elvira. “You need to be available to live the interior of Brazil or the operational area,” says the expert. According to her, these are experiences that will shape the best professionals.
The problem is that most of the new graduates do not see it as such. Missing steps, rejecting more challenging proposals, not bothering to push yourself a little harder – all of this may jeopardize the future professional, yes. “This is the time of life you have to gnaw the bone,” says Elvira.
6 Hitch a face powder
Taking a postgraduate course without being very clear about what you want from your career is a shot in the foot, Thirza said. “Sometimes you do not like a subject, but you love it when you work. Either he loves a subject and in practice, he does not like it. So going straight to the post is reckless, “he says. The exception goes to those who already have a well-structured professional identity even when they leave college Tese de Doutorado.
7 Not having persistence
For most mortals, the professional climb is slow – perhaps much more than you imagine. And to overcome it requires persistence and patience (much, by the way). According to Thirza, the consolidation of a professional in the market takes two or three years.
“It needs patience, structure, focus and discipline. Those who do not have will hardly establish themselves in the market, “he says. “Now it’s not like in the video game you want to lose and have another life. Life is one, this time. ” And patience to build it is critical.