Thursday, December 9, 2010

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  3. I'm a recent college graduate who mere hours ago got a rejection email from a ticket taking position at a local theater. So things aren't going so well for me and the work I've be

    able to get after a year of searching has been free (internships and volunteering - which I've taken gratefully) and low (babysitting and house-cleaning - which I've also taken). I have

    long-term relationships with several local businesses who can't take me on, and a full, y8 relatively impressive resume with notable references

    (household names), but a year or so out, I'm able to see that my 3.8 B.A. y8 in political science isn't worth much. Maybe it shouldn't be worth very

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    There's temping. There's food service and retail. I can keep cleaning and watching y8.
    This is the reality for many college grads out there now; friv no new jobs were added to the U.S. economy in the last month. And I read your
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    right in front of me. Where does that leave me in ten years? I'll tell you where: a Merry Maid. I wonder what kind of on-the-job training I get

    cleaning toilets... (You think I haven't tried hard enough, don't you?)Ok, so you think grad school is a really, really bad idea. When I first started reading these anti-grad school posts,

    I was still in undergrad and I whole-heartily agreed (I don't know what I based this agreement on; I guess I had the idea that grad student = loser, forever student). Now these
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    one program called "waste of money and time." miniclip There're the liberal arts programs, which are mostly unfunded and do not

    guarantee positions upon graduation - not by a long shot. Here we're talking history, arts, communication, kizi, creative writing, English. And there

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    I appreciate your insight into American work. This comment is just to give you a slice of reality and say that not all post-graduate

    education and training is a terrible, terrible idea. I'm looking at healthcare:
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