7 Things I Wish I Knew Before Starting My First Job

You’ve just graduated from University and you’re already pressured into finding a job. With the stress of making sure it’s a reputable company that not only pays well but offers amazing benefits, it can be daunting. Fast forward a few weeks (or months) of job searching and you’ve finally locked something down.

Naturally you’re a nervous and excited wreck, with almost little to no experience, you don’t know what to expect. There is the usual advice: make sure you’re respectful to everyone, always be ready to help out, and you’ll definitely be doing more than just your own workload.

But here’s a little something we learned and think that would be useful for you to know:

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1. Time Management Is A Skill

Segregating your time for work and personal life is so important. Pick it up as you go, find ways to help you use your time better. Keep a calendar going for yourself – make full use out of that mobile data, girl! Write little notes here and there to always keep reminders.

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