I know my skills, I know my interests. How do I find a job that matches?
Here's a tough one for me. Even though I've completed my Master's Degree and have a fairly good idea of what I like to do, I still find myself stuck. I'm looking for a career, but in what? Is there a place to find help with this kind of thing? Something like a career counseling forum?
Asked By: jeremyduffy.com - 5/18/2007
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Answered By: Jedi Master YODA - 5/18/2007
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You are just going to have to go out into the world and see what interests you. Find yourself.
Answered By: The Rabbi - 5/18/2007
Hey dats real nice Many people are not aware of what they are capable of. You have crossed first base. Step 2: Get your Resume in order Step 3: Let people know you are available. Send that resume out, use the internet, use your network of contacts
Answered By: jayeeta_jd - 5/18/2007
u could start a career counseling forum and sell advertising ...... assuming annyone would pay to advertise products for sell in a world where nobody likes paying for the products that they buy
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