There are some myths about job hunting that you need to burst before you are in a position to seriously looking for a job. As you a student or a new entrant you have heard so many things and believed all of them as gospel truth, you did not test the validity of these myths. Here are some myths that are not true and you need to put them in a closet and lock them safely before you make a fresh start.
It is a myth that if you have a great experience in one field or another you are bound to land up a job. This is not true, you may be very experienced in one field, but if the organization has job opening in another field you are not likely to get the job. For example, if you have worked in the sales side for years, and if the job opening is in the human resources department then you are not likely to fit in that job. Also, if you have an abrasive personality that irritates other people, you are not likely to get any job, even if you have great experience.
Another myth that is oft quoted by many job seekers starts within a few days after the interview. The myth says if you do not hear from the company within a few days then forget about them, they are not interested in you. Most people are used to three click buttons, like, dislike and share and they expect the companies to work on the same line, According jobsdhamaka survey, Generally, companies take some time to sort out and collate information and it takes them a few days and sometimes even weeks before they finalize their choice and inform the person concerned. The moral of this story is be patient do not write off and give up hope if you have not heard within a few days after the interview.