There’s no magic formula for catching the attention of every employer, but there are several ways you can gain an edge during your job search.

The below infographic from InternMatch shares a few tactics new grads and inexperienced job seekers can use to an nab entry-level job.

Some Highlights:

  • 69% of companies with 100+ employees offered full-time jobs to their interns in 2012
  • 81% of hiring managers felt that volunteer work makes graduates more attractive job candidates
  • Graduates with Master’s Degrees earn, on average, $14,000 more than graduates with a Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Job seekers who were referred to an employer are 2x more likely to get interviewed.
How To Nail Your Entry-Level Job Search