Are you fighting for a full-time position in the job market?

Posted: February 24, 2011 in Decisions, Decisions

NO EXPERIENCE, NO JOB

 …That seems to be the trend these days as college graduates leap into the “real world.”
Bravo! You just received your bachelor’s degree, now what’s the next step? Start job searching would be a great answer, but how do I go about getting a full-time job in this economy? There’s a lot of competition in the workforce and as graduates we feel we don’t stand a chance.  Firms that are hiring are often times seeking candidates who have both a college degree AND experience. Even if a business provides a strenuous list of qualities you must possess, it’s worth a shot. It only takes a few minutes of your time to email your resume to a company. In order to stand out from others, you must job “search” on a regular basis. If you’re waiting for the call to say you got the job, think again, few and far between occasions arise this way. In order to get a job, you must display characters of being a self-driven, determined, and diligent individual to be successful in today’s job mark.

“Every day is an opportunity to make a new happy ending.” ~Author Unknown

While you’re exploring possible opportunities in the world, don’t limit yourself to only seeking a job in the field you graduated in. If you do, good luck! Kristina Cooke, Reuters Report stated, “Millions of young professionals are all caught up in the aftermath of the country’s deepest economic crisis since the Great Depression.” So, don’t ever think you’re alone in this situation. Many are going back to school and furthering their education, while others are working part-time. If you’re stuck and spinning your wheels on where to get a part-time job, I have listed a few ideas to help your brain get to thinking!  Good luck and never get too discouraged because  when one door closes, another opens.

“Seize every opportunity along the way, for how sad it would be if the road you chose became the road not taken.” ~Robert Brault

Still searching for a full time position, but need part-time employment NOW? Here are a few suggestions to help you..
–  Retail stores (shopping mall, outlets)
– Grocery stores
–  Gas stations
–  Waitress/Waiter

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Young fight for full-time work in job market

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