How do I find a job when you have no marketable skills that people care about?
I have Marketing BS degree and I have taken Photoshop courses and I teach myself code, but I do not have the confidence to compete with all of the experts out there because I ma still learning and I would hate to take on new clients and disappoint them and get terminated. I do not like sales but I do enjoy working ina nd around computers, but I am not as smart as I might think. When you look at my resume it is guppy with most of my background working in and around the warehouse(which doesn't pay and I do not enjoy it). I want to change direction, but I cannot seem to get the ball rolling. It seems like the world has forgotten about me, and I just woke up from a three year long coma. How can I get salaried doing what I like to do. There is just too much competition out there I cannot get noticed by the companies that matter. I would like to go into business myself, but every time I try it seems like some scummier wants to jerk me out of money I don't have. I even volunteered down at the American Red Cross and the Humane Society and that is even competitive for volunteer opportunities. What has this world come to when a man cannot be productive anymore. I can't wait til Obama is out of office and we get a real leader in office again. I am suffering here.
Asked By: - 2/4/2013
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A degree in marketing can land you a good job. As you are interested in technology side also, learning Salesforce will get you a job as a sales analyst. You wont be doing sales here, you will just do sales forecasting and analysis. This could also get you into marketing analytics... More
Answered By: Pani puri - 2/4/2013
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It's not Obama's fault you claim to have no marketable skills--that was your own doing. The president has no say over your personal choices... More
Answered By: Marc - 2/4/2013
Your degree is pretty sound. You just need to do two things... More
Answered By: Frank - 2/5/2013
Like the others have said, you have to get some experience if you want to land a marketing job... More
Answered By: Robert - 2/5/2013
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