How to find employment after college.
The topic, "how to find employment after college," is likely one of the most questioned topics of this current generation. I could start off by stating references from Forbe's or other illustriously branded and highly successful marketed company's, but for now that's just rhetoric for the failed "Y Generation." I know too many friends, family members, even complete stranger's whom I've met that have obtained legitimate degrees in Business, Computer Science, Marketing, etc..., and yet they struggle to land jobs in their field's because their roles are no longer regarded as "in-demand" to their community/area of residence. And with our nation's student-loan deficit topping over 1 trillion dollar's it should be considered a national emergency among the ecosystem, however that's not apparently the case nor topic, I digress...
Putting aside personal grief or discouragement is the first step in renewing your faith in the American Dream. It takes hard work, long hours and above all, dedication to achieve that of which you're passionate for. Change is the most constant aspect of life, even more so in college/business, but adaptation and perseverance over passions are the roots to a well embedded foundation when it comes to dealing with such change, much like a marriage, "for better or worse."
The second step would be putting yourself out there, stepping out into the world and letting it know you're there. An easy and very common way of doing this would be to create a personal profile, whether it be a website or signing up on a social message board such as "Facebook, Twitter," something with your name, what you do and maybe some personal beliefs to help get you started in socializing. First impressions leave the biggest impacts, so I would suggest elaborate construction in that area.
Step three would be seeking immediate internship in your field. Constant application as well as high tolerance of...
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