A few months ago, I met a college student on-site Starbucks, she was reading some textbooks, looked like she was going for her nursing degree, but she also had a book on psychology. She did not look like she was in her first two years in school so I was trying to figure out what kind of degree she was going to. When we got to talking, I was shocked to find out that she had an MBA and a BA degree in business finance. She also had a lawyer, but the interesting thing was still in college.
Why you ask? Since the labor market was so that she could not get a job. She had more education than God, and it was educationally overqualified, unfortunately she had no trading experience other than a part-time job she had once contract real estate developers in the area while she was doing it in-turn. The company had gone bankrupt, and she figured it was her way into the business. Today, she can not get a job even with all its credentials.
Well, I suppose she could get a job, but it would probably be at a lower salary than she had hoped. So I got to thinking what college students really need to succeed these days? Apparently, the degree is not enough, or if a few degrees. What these college students have a new attitude. They must learn how to do that, they need to learn how to network with their friends to give them the right job interview they need a great work ethic, and they need to learn to never give up.
I asked her how many she handed back the week, and she said no. I asked her how many job interviews she went and she said no, “next week” she said she was going on a job interview, and she had lined up a date. Personally I retired, but if I was her age and looking for a job that I would knock on every single company door every business and all of our city, I would be out three pairs of tennis shoes make it, I know ” . T care
What these children need is this type of attitude, one that says, they will do whatever it takes to succeed in life, because that’s what it takes quite true. Indeed I hope you Consider this.