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Optimizing the international supply chain; evaluating DC efficiencies; analytics for controlling your spend; the labor market and its impact on DC site selection; choosing between conveyor-based or cart-based picking.

While an appropriate effort for most graduates is to start working as soon as possible after graduation, they may not have managed to land a job yet, despite several applications and CV sprucing done. If you’ve been finding it hard to secure a job before you’ve graduated, don’t despair! Instead of the searching path before any determined goal, here are some tips to keep you busy and productive while helping you discover yourself.

Building an environment conducive to doing business.

If you’re a little financially stable, consider volunteering at an NGO or some kind of charity that you’re enthusiastic about whilst waiting to secure a full-time job after graduation.

  • Feature 7 hours of dedicated, non-compete Exhibit Hall hours
  • Some of the best relationships are built in a relaxed social setting
  • Your exhibitor package includes two conference passes per 10’ x 10’ booth

Through volunteering, you may find other like-minded people in a similar profession who will recognize your passion. They may surprise you by offering a job to you or at least point you in the right direction.

A better understanding of the business problems

Now freelancing is a popular term among millennials, and now Gen Z-ers are also jumping into the pool. It is the right time to try your hand at freelancing if you’re looking for money while studying.

If you’re unable to find a full-time job, freelancing is a great way to gain early industry experience, learn about the working environment, and make worthy contacts in your industry.

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Samantha Akkineni

Robyn D Shulman, a creator on Forbes advises that graduates must post their own freelance jobs in online job boards such as Fivver, Upwork, and Linkedin Profinder – websites where freelancers can bid on projects.