Common Traps and Coping Strategies During Job Hunting of College Students

Zhiyan LI

Abstract


College students’ problem of job hunting has drawn increasing attention from the society. How to avoid traps in job hunting and safeguard one’s legal rights and interests becomes a compulsory lesson for graduates. This paper lists the features of common traps in job hunting under the current situation, and approaches to avoid these traps are also proposed.


Keywords


Job hunting of college students; Employment by enterprises; Traps

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/5977

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