Transition from Higher Education to Career

It’s never too early, or too late, to begin wondering how your education will build and strengthen your career. While there are always exceptions to the rule, this one usually holds true: with a strong education comes a strong and fruitful career.

The transition from education to career is not always an easy one. For many young people, the transition marks the end of adolescence and the start of a professional career. For others the transition represents a true transition in life. Perhaps the education helped launch a second career, or further education helped create advancement opportunities that may not have otherwise been there. Whatever the case, the move can be a challenging one.

Interview Tips

For those truly transitioning from college into the workforce, this may be the first opportunity for interviews. For some, interviewing can be a harrowing experience, while for others it may be their first time going through the interview process.

Even if you feel as though you are an old pro at interviewing, we’ve provided some great interview tips and suggestions to get you through.

Further Education and Second Career

For many, advanced education, further education, or even going back and finishing your education, is a necessary step in either advancing further in your career or possibly launching a second career.

If your education goals are to help further your career, it’s important to take stock and understand what the true value of your MBA, degree, or certificate will provide you in your career. The additional education, degree, or training may hopefully open further doors for you in your career advancements.

Kane Partners and You

Wherever you are in your transition from education to career, Kane Partners is here to help in your move. Our team of professionals are trained to place you in the right position with the right employer.

Contact us today to find out how Kane Partners can assist you.

16 07, 2021

Working With a Mechanical Engineering Headhunter After Graduating College

By |2023-04-25T11:05:55-04:00July 16th, 2021|College Education, Kane Partners|

As a recent college graduate who has a mechanical engineering degree, life can feel exciting. You’ve finished your collegiate career and now it’s time to find a job. You may also feel a bit of apprehension and angst. As you move into the workforce and put that college degree to good use, you may have [...]

4 07, 2019

The True Value of an MBA

By |2020-11-12T05:58:13-05:00July 4th, 2019|College Education|

Is getting an MBA still worth it? With declining enrollment rates in MBA programs, the question of how valuable a master’s degree in business seems to be surfacing more and more frequently. Despite the number of people entering graduate programs around the U.S. being on the decline for roughly half a decade, receiving a degree [...]

24 01, 2019

Interview tips for College Graduates

By |2020-09-10T05:30:46-04:00January 24th, 2019|College Education|

Preparing for your First Professional Interview For some college students, December brings with it the end of their college careers and the beginning of the job interview process in the hopes of landing that first job.   While some students do have the benefit of gaining interview experience through internships, for others this may be [...]

16 03, 2016

The Importance of STEM Education & The Job Market

By |2021-01-04T06:46:47-05:00March 16th, 2016|College Education|

Higher Education: What to Spend your Money on STEM Education: It is tough to generalize on this subject, as we each have unique gifts and passions. However, when choosing what to study at the University level, it may be helpful to think ‘S-T-E-M’. S-T-E-M stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. The ‘meatier’ degrees, if [...]

14 10, 2013

3 Steps to Determine a College Budget

By |2020-09-10T05:31:24-04:00October 14th, 2013|College Education|

Setting a College Budget The cost of a college degree can be taxing to all but the most affluent incomes. It is important to make wise decisions when selecting the next level of education that is appropriate for your graduating high-school senior. Here are some helpful tips: Step 1: Set a budget. Based on your financial [...]

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