College graduate confused and needs help finding job?

I recently graduated from college with a bachelor in aviation and business administration, and I am having a hard time finding a job. I think because of the instability of the aviation industry, but all the jobs i find require 2-5 years of experience. Experience that I currently do not have. Now I'm more confused than ever about my career. I don't know what to do? I thought about getting involved in a stock broker trainee program, but I don't know exactly on how to get into that (I took 2 accounting courses, finance, and management courses in college). Does anyone know of a stock broker trainee program in Chicago.

Asked By: Mikejordan8 - 6/7/2006
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if you want to consider becoming a stock-broker, check the yellow pages--look for the biggest companies--Merrill Lynch, etc. etc..they could provide you with details--also, go back to the college you graduated from, check with the professors and or the Dean of the school dept., and ask for advise from them- or from... More
Answered By: morris the cat - 6/7/2006
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Look for internships. They are invaluable because they are a foot in the door and also give you experience. Just make sure the internship is not one of those "Get My Coffee" deals.
Answered By: bigjim6201 - 6/7/2006
no I don't ...but there is a ground floor opportunity in Chicago as well as other places..... go to for more information
Answered By: business in texas - 6/7/2006
Almost every acredited college should have a placement office that you should go through first, since they usually have good relationships with companies. with your degree you should look into Boeing since their corporate headquarters are now located in Chicago. There is a huge difference and support when you go... More
Answered By: ohnoslen - 6/7/2006
try prepaid legal.
Answered By: valerie g - 6/7/2006
go to and you can there for a start
Answered By: sheriewaugh1 - 6/16/2006
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