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I have never let my schooling interfere with my education.“- Mark Twain

Just graduated? Congratulations! Don’t have a job yet? You are not alone. There are lots of reasons why you’ve not found a job yet – just graduated, tough job market, lots of competition, etc. Doesn’t really matter the reason, at the end of the day you just need to find a job. So, what to do? There are lots of jobs out there that might not be your first choice, or maybe you never considered, but if you have an open mind, there are plenty of opportunities. Now I’m not talking about becoming a monk or a missionary (not that there is anything wrong with that). So where do you start?

College Career Search:

    • Jobseeker – Specific Career and Job SitesQuintcareers.com offers an excellent page of resources for teenagers, college grads, temporary workers, executives and much more.  This should definitely be on your list of “job search sites to visit list” in your job search. The top of the page has links for Students and Job Seekers. Along the left hand side are a number of other job seeker tools. And last, but certainly not least, are a broad range of links that you will find useful in your search.

 

 

 

 

  • Aftercollege.com – Another great website for college grads, this site also leads with a job search engine followed by featured organizations, featured employers and “browse popular jobs”. There is a job seeker sign-on (if you so choose) as well as career networks and more. Once you started the search engine, you can further narrow your results leveraging the categories on the left hand side of the page. Check out their part time jobs and interships as well.

Good luck in your search.
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