How to write a better application for a first job after your studies

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Students often put a lot of pressure on themselves. How are you supposed to find a job if you don’t have good grades? And who will hire you if you come around the corner with a master’s degree in orchids? However, these worries are often unfounded, and changing career is more common than ever. In a situation where there is a shortage of skilled workers, many companies are open to applicants who don’t completely match the job ad in every respect. “As long as 60 to 70% of the requirements in the job ad match your skills, especially the most important ones, then you should go ahead and apply,” sa…

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