You crafted the perfect CV and cover letter combo, you were invited to an interview, where you met the interviewer with confidence. You sold your brand and demonstrated that you are a talented and well-suited candidate, following which you were offered and accepted the position, whether an internship, grad role or first job. So, what now?
Well, first of all, it’s time to celebrate! Getting a job is no mean feat, so you should feel proud of yourself and your achievement in getting this far.
However, receiving the good news is just the first step. The second step is putting your skills into practice in the new role. This is where the real work starts. Preparing to start your new job, especially if it is your first, can be a scary thought. We have all been there; the uncertainty of where to go, who to speak to and where to sit.