From Jobless to Fruitfulness

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Published on: January 3, 2014

After you graduate from college, people will be expecting you to find a job right away. However, many of us aren’t so lucky to find a suitable job – but that isn’t necessarily a very bad thing. Here are some ways you can make the best of your time while you’re still not employed:


1. Pursue your Masteral Degree

We have to face the fact that we are in a competitive world. In order for you to be on top, you should have an edge over other people. Your Masteral Degree will definitely bring you the fullest of your potentials, it should be taken not for diploma purpose only but for a tool to mold oneself into a remarkable contributor of ideas, knowledge and skills for the fulfilment of greater society.

2. Start your own business

Instead of just waiting for responses for your application, why don’t you start a small business of your own? For starters with limited resources, you can try to resell products using the Internet. Today, online business has a large market, and it can be very profitable as you’ll be earning without paying rent, taxes and labourers.

3. Discover your other talents

It’s a time for you to know yourself more. If before you have the feeling to write a novel but you don’t have the time and motivation to write one, I guess now is the perfect time for you to pursue it.  Those talents of yours that you never knew you have? Well, here’s the time to explore and hone it.



4. Volunteer

One of best thing that you can do while you are waiting for your dream job to come is to volunteer. There are a lot of organizations out there that need the help of amazing people like you. And no paying jobs can beat the feeling of fulfilment for helping those people in need.

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