If you are a recent college or postgraduate student, would you rather be unemployed & wait
for a job that you like/commensurate w/your education or would you take a Mcjob until you could do better?
I'll prefer to take mc job untill i do much better. I'm doing b.tech in computer science and there are lots of students doing the same, and people said that it is tough to get job in this crowd. But it is not true, if you are talented and you have focused on getting knowledge rather than studying only to pass exam, you will surely get a good job. And if, in the case i am unable to get a proper job, instead of being unemployed, i will take any job to earn money and became self-depend. And at that stage i will word hard to improve myself untill i get a good job.
I graduated with my Bachelors degree and immediately started looking for retail jobs. I knew before I even started my degree that I would have a very hard time getting a job in that field without a graduate degree. I did look for opportunities within my field but as expected, nothing (paid) was available with only a Bachelors degree as a qualification.
Anyway, doesn't bother me. I'll get the job I want when I'm done my Masters degree. I don't mind working in a job that isn't my forever career until then. I'm not sure I see the point in just sitting around and waiting for the job you want when you have no idea if it'll be a month or two years from now. Might as well earn money and add to your job experience in the meantime.
look for a part time job and wait, earn money first, don't idle at home
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
If you are parents of a recent college graduate or postgraduate, would you financially supporthim/her until he/she finds a job/career that is comparable to his/her educational level or would you tell him/her to take a job regardless of the job's educational level? There are parents who DO...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 6 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 after their graduation, They maintain that they rather be unemployed...
by cjcarter 6 years ago
How would a recent college graduate avoid the typical office job? Any ideas?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 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 want to rest before pursuing any type of employment. Others want to...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 6 years ago
As you know jobs are difficult to find for recent college graduates. If you are a parent of arecent 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...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
Just to surmise, is it better for a college graduate or postgraduate to be unemployed, NEVERsettling for a lesser job that is beneath his/her education which DETOURS, even HINDERS his/her road to socioeconomic success & only take jobs that are commensurate w/his/her educational...
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