W hether graduating high school or college, preparing to enter the workforce can be a daunting challenge — as hundreds of students around the Granite State will experience in May and June.
Applying for jobs, attending job fairs and sending out resumes can become overwhelming for new graduates, but there are ways to help streamline the process and make it less stressful to find the ideal opportunity.
“We do have students who are stressed about this, obviously,” said Jan Sullivan Curtis, an academic adviser at Nashua Community College. “Everybody wants a job and to find their way in the world, but many graduates are very excited about the possibilities.”
Starting the job search early is critically important, according to Curtis, who said students at NCC