I'm incredibly worried about finding a full-time job. I graduated from college a little less than a month ago (BS in Journalism, minor in Computer Science) and I've had two job interviews in that span of time, one of which was with the newspaper I interned for one semester. I'm still waiting to hear back from the two of them and I'm practically biting at the bit. I'm already working full-time in an unrelated job I'm grateful to have, but it's a draining one. The worst part is that it prevents me from spending much time with my family (I'm Italian, and the stereotype that family comes before all else is beyond true for our fam, at least) since it's a graveyard shift job, and a real schedule killer.
Also, before someone says hurrduhhurr you picked a terrible major get a real job, consider that I absolutely love my concentrations and that journalism/communication majors actually have one of the lowest unemployment rates for recent grads (7.3 percent).
Well your following what you want to do, so good for you!
Good luck and i'm sure you have a bright future ahead of you!
*PS. i'm so glad my family is not that type. *
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