Where can I look to for a job??? I am getting so frustrated man?

I'm 24 years old. I am a recent graduate (December 10, 2010) with a Masters degree in Public Policy & Administration. I know I have put in over 250 applications, all of them yielding the same answer: "no". Saying that I lack the experience. Um how can I gain experience when no one gives me a chance. I'm starting to believe I did all that schooling for nothing! Where else besides monster, indeed, usajobs, studentjobs, career builder, etc... can I look for a job? I'm looking to work in Human Resources, because that's what my concentration was in in school, but that seems like the hardest field to get a job in. Ugh! Joe, what part of monster, indeed, usajobs, studentjobs, career builder didnt u get darling? those are internet sites

Asked By: Yolanda M - 3/9/2011
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Talk to a recruiter about Officer Training School and join the military if you can. After 3 months of training, for which you are paid, with benefits, you will get your commission and go to technical training school, for which you are paid, with benefits, for whatever field you choose and are able to enter. There you... More
Answered By: FaithE - 3/9/2011
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Look somewhere elese on the Internet that is how my cuz got his job he looked on the internet
Answered By: Joe - 3/9/2011
Now is not the time to be looking for a job. It may be a few years before you can find anything. I know people who lost their job two years ago and still can't find anything. Come back to the job market in about 5 years. If the country has not collapsed by then, maybe you might stand a chance of finding a job then.
Answered By: Gorkbark Porkduke Gefunken Fubar - 3/9/2011
Go back to your school. Your career services office should have lists of openings suitable for your degree and experience. If you've submitted that many applications and haven't had interviews and such you may need someone to review your resume and cover letters - there must be reasons you haven't been considered for... More
Answered By: sitcpsitcb - 3/9/2011
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