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Just to surmise, is it better for a college graduate or postgraduate to be unemployed, NEVER
settling 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 qualifications thus building a substantive career & speeding his/her road to socioeconomic success?
It's hard because a lot of people are in the same boat. I know people with degrees in that work at Applebee's. It definantly depends on your living situation and how soon you want to change that. Some people have to move out from thier parents so they don't have to choice to decide whether or not a job would be a good fit for them they just need the money. If your in a situation where your ABLE to look for a job more suited for your abilitys I would take advantage of that luxury to find the right job. Also don't be afraid to look out of state if your not too attached to home. With today's competitive job market you might not find a job close to you but it might be a chance to lavish in the adventure. Don't sell yourself short. If you have the luxury of time to look for a good job then do it don't setlle. Sometimes when you have bills you have to do what's nessary until you get on your feet.
You need to line up that job BEFORE you graduate! If you waitvtoo long, you may never get it!
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by lizzy8936 years ago
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