The graduates usually find themselves in difficult situations after college. Debts get in the way and the student has to get a job in the middle of the course.
Usually this occupation is not related to their area and the young person cannot stop to look for another job because he acquired debts in the course of his training.
It seems like a dead end situation, however, this is common in times of crisis. What to do?
Get to know 3 tips to act in times of crisis:
1- Dealing with debts
If your biggest problem is debts, it may be time to look at them and take the time to deal with them. Have you ever stopped to think about how you are going to pay them?
How can you parcel them out? Have you ever gone to a bank to explain your situation? Have you already consulted with bodies that take care of this matter to know how to proceed?
There is always room for a renegotiation, and it is recommended that you do so. It is also in their interest to pay them what you owe. Try to negotiate and get rid of those debts as soon as possible.
2- Temporary jobs
Consider looking for temporary jobs and maybe even continue with them, even if you have found something related to your profession.
Remember that now that you have left university, you have more time to correct the mistakes (debts) you made during your training period, and more willpower because you are younger than the others.
If you are employed in an area that has nothing to do with what you have studied, keep looking. You can be freelancer or temporary, what matters is that you will be in contact with your area and earn extra money.
3 – Take advantage of your differentiating elements
Do not forget that you are young and have many differentiating elements in relation to others. You don’t have children, you don’t have a family to support, or other obligations like that. Use that to your advantage.
That gives you the opportunity to take riskier jobs, change cities or countries and even take on more debt, since you only have to worry about yourself.