As you know jobs are difficult to find for recent college graduates. If you are a parent of a
recent college graduate, are you telling him/her to take any job avaiable and look for better or are you supporting him/her, telling him/her to wait until a job suitable to his/her education comes along?
With fewer employment opportunities in the job market and mounting student debt, today's college graduates are often scared to start their job search. These effective tips will help parents and grandparents guide recent graduates toward brighter futures. read more
by Grace Marguerite Williams5 years ago
Many recent college graduates are currently unemployed. They contend that there are very few jobs comparable to their education. There are some recent college graduates who remain unemployed 4 years...
by Grace Marguerite Williams10 months ago
obtaining employment for a recent college graduate? Many job counselors indicate that it takes AT LEAST SIX MONTHS between graduating from college and finding a reasonable job. Many recent college graduates...
by jaydawg8084 years ago
Do you think recent college graduates expect to be paid more compared to their senior counterparts?Meaning, hey feel entitled because of the schooling they've been through that they expect to start off with high pay and...
by Rakim Cheeks2 years ago
Why is it hard for college students to find a job after they graduate?
by Grace Marguerite Williams4 years ago
What causes so many recent college graduates, especially if they have affluent parents, elect tobe unemployed rather than to take a job beneath their educational qualifications?
by Riece2 years ago
The common wisdom is that you should go to college, get a good education, and find a job afterwards and you will be financially successful. Isn't that an outdated concept? The average college grad is unemployed for two...
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