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islandchic islandchic 6 years
The tips are great I needed them esp. the last one Don't give up' I have been home a year being liberally educated its really hard here in Jamaica but I am still trying.
islandchic islandchic 6 years
It tips are great I needed them esp. the last one Don't give up' I have been home a year being liberally educated its really hard here in Jamaica but I am still trying.
margokhal margokhal 6 years
I graduated from college last year - and I'm headed right back to school this year! :D It's tough out there - the BA/BS is fast becoming a minimum requirement for many jobs. It's also hard not to do the "I wasted four years" thing if you went into a major expecting to get a job from it and it's not paying out. That's discouraging - on TOP of the student loans!
heatherhas heatherhas 6 years
Good tips. It took me about a year after I graduated to find my first full-time job (I worked part time until then) and another 6 months to get a job in my field.
Megatron Megatron 6 years
Thank you so much for these tips, Savvy! I am graduating from college on Saturday and the job search is already in full effect. This totally helped!
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