Ok i need help.
Last night i had a monstrous toe disease and went to the hospital. The doctor looked down at it and said "Son, why the hell did you wait this long?". I explained that i've been working 38 hours and my rock band addiction and he said "Sounds like you have more than one issue!" and chuckled. To keep the story short, I was taken to a surgery room and they cut my toe open to find three rocks about the size of a eraser.
The doctor says i shouldn't play rock band anymore, should i listen to him?
*This is all a joke*
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As an English major, I'm with you (Rune and Hogan). Many jobs require experience to get on board, but if you've never had one before, how can you get it? I'm currently looking for unpaid internships in writing and editing so I can get my foot in the writing door. The obvious problem is, that you have to work at something t make money while you do it. I haven't got an internship yet, but I have some joe-jobs lined up that I can stand long enough to get some experience.
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OK, about the jobs.
first off. I don't work, and probably never will (have reasons for this but that's not important right now)
But from what i'm hearing from friends is that it's a pretty crap time to find a job right now. Whenever they apply for something they get to hear at least 50 others applied as well (depending on what job they're going for, but you get the point). And they often go for people with experience. If it's kind of the same where you live, then i'd suggest:
1. apply for anything you find slightly interesting, it's better to apply for 50 jobs and have to turn down a few eventually than to apply for 1 job. wait till you hear something and then start looking for the next one.
2. if they're really only looking for people with experience, i'd suggest doing what BohemianMatt said. look for something unpaid in that field of work. Or maybe even offer it yourself and ask (if they're having doubts about hiring you) if you could maybe work the first month or so for free. just so they can see that you got what it takes. It beats the hell out of looking for jobs and not finding them for the same amount of time.
3. or like Hogan said, try to find a job in a different field for a bit and while you're working there keep looking for places you really do want to work at.
As for DangImARocker, i'm guessing you're messing with me here.
but i suggest health comes first
Anyway, like i said, this is all from what i've heard from friends, i'd appreciate it if someone who actually knows how job-searching goes could help me out here
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I recently got fired from my job after just 1 week working there. I want to go back to school, but I would really like to get a job before then so I don't have to rely on my parents help to pay for classes, books, and gas.
(Keep in mind this is a community college I'm talking about).
What should I do?