Thursday, March 15, 2012

Where are you now?

Perhaps you've just graduated from one of the more prestigious colleges in the U.S., with a degree in any one of a dozen different fields of knowledge. You made decent grades, and perhaps even received a few letters of recommendation from your professors. Now it's time to step out into the big wide world, and start the next phase of your life.

First order of business? Finding a job.

 It cost a considerable amount to PUT you through school, and chances are you had to borrow that money to pay for tuition. (unless you were fortunate enough to have a wealthy benefactor pay your way) So, now you need to find employment that will allow you to pay your living expenses AND start paying that college loan debt off. Oh, and if at all possible, it would be nice if you could find a job in the field you actually STUDIED for.

"NO PROBLEM!", you say. You'll just hop onto and find yourself a good job that fits your degree to a T. Open up the notebook, fire up the web browser, put in your parameters, and hit enter. WHALA!! There's 3 or 4 entries for job openings that are right up your alley, and CLOSE BY to boot! You click the first entry, and everything looks great until you get to the part about qualifications...

'Requires 3-5 years experience, with....'

Okay, moving on to the next entry. Again, all appears well until..

'Requires at least 2 years experience...'

A quick review of the other listing reveals similar requirements. You sit there dumbfounded for a few moments, and then ask yourself, "How am I supposed to get a job to GET experience, when every job requires that I already HAVE experience to even qualify for it?"

That's a VERY good question! Want to know the answer?

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