Who else worked regular jobs and nothing related to a real career right after graduating from college?
I have a BS in Criminal justice and there are little to no entry level jobs in that area...especially b/c i have no experience. It seems im going to just have to work at a bank or as a customer service rep.. =( Who else is going through a similar situation.?? Jason, your probably right..but from what i see every entry level job for criminal justice requires some type of experience be it internship..which i never did.
Asked By: MyStEriOuS - 8/11/2008
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I also just graduated with my BA in Criminal Justice and you're right. Right now I'm working in an Engineering office. Many of the jobs require only 2 years education, but 2 years experience. Check out state, county and jobs. I live in California and there are plenty of State entery level positions open, however, it... More
Answered By: MGD - 8/11/2008
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Welcome to the club, honey :) I have my BS in wildlife biology. I use my degree in the summer working outdoors, but I can't find anything permanent right now so I also work retail. yuck. be patient, an opportunity will present itself to you eventually :)
Answered By: anna banana - 8/11/2008
Criminal justice jobs are out there. You are not looking hard enough.
Answered By: Jason I - 8/11/2008
It normally begins that way. The truth is more undergrads will begin working in a job that has nothing to do with thier career. Sometimes work is also based on your location and what types of jobs are the biggest money makers in that area. The best advice i could give (being a graduate from school darn near 7 years... More
Answered By: michaeledwards21979 - 8/11/2008
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