How long does it take to find a job?
I've applied for several jobs within the past month or so and haven't heard ANYTHING back from them. I graduate college in December and I would really like to find a job before then. Obviously I'm going to keep applying, but how long should I give these places before giving up hope that I'll ever get an interview? I'm hoping to find something more than a job at the mall after 5 years of college.
Asked By: pbJ - 10/29/2009
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Your first objective is to get into a company that could use your skills not necessary the job you've dreamt of while studying for your degree. My first job after college was actually the same job that I had before going to college but it put me in the right place to accept asignments as they cropped up... More
Answered By: John W - 10/29/2009
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What is your major? What are you applying for... More
Answered By: txrancher47 - 10/29/2009
It depends on how actively you are searching for employment. You need to check back in on your applications, Christmas is coming up you should be able to find something in a store about this time of year.
Answered By: Miss D - 10/29/2009
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