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after your bachelors degree-where did you find an entry level job?

I graduated with a 4 year degree in marketing in May. I've been searching for a job to use that skill in either event planning,advertising, management or purchasing since Jan. 2008. I've had my resume critiqued and applied to many jobs in multiple states and nothing has come of it. ANY suggestions? Where are all the entry level jobs?

Asked By: naturechick80 - 11/24/2008
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Companies always cut entry level roles during bad economy time, so it will take longer before you find your dream job. If you are searching since January and still has not landed anything, I think you need to review your search strategy, may be you are looking in the wrong direction or apply to jobs that won't... More
Answered By: BonBonMom - 11/24/2008
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Oh you are sooooo looking for a job at the wrong time. Good luck all the same.
Answered By: metal_bucket - 11/24/2008
 
Ask my contact "Dashing Geek..." He works for a Marketing Company in the Northeast United States...
Answered By: Pocket Protectorate - 11/24/2008
 
try www.monster.com or careerbuilder.com
Answered By: trenny - 11/24/2008
 
Work for a pharm company.
Answered By: Bruce B - 11/24/2008
 
reno nevada ,they have allot of open jobs and probably for the level your at too
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Answered By: feenaholic - 11/24/2008
 
Sugar, you should totally start looking in a different field. I've been in the legal field most of my life (I started clerking for a Circuit Court Judge and then interned for a Federal Judge). I have a degree in Business Admin., (but I've never used it) and I've gone to law school. I'm currently a paralegal and... More
Answered By: I need less Cowbell!® - 11/24/2008
 
go to the library and search marketing comanies then give they a call or search their web site to see if their hiring does your school you graduated from have a department to help with something like this
Answered By: Vaness W - 11/24/2008
 
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