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Why is finding a job so hard?
Why is it so hard to find a job even with a degree?
One of the reasons college graduates can't find a job is because they don't know what types of jobs they can get with their major. Many majors, like communications and business, are very broad, but you picked them for certain reasons. You can work in just about any company doing a variety of different things.
Why do I hate job hunting?
The first reason our brains don't like the job search is Lack of Control. Our brains like to be in control, or at least feel like we're in control. Our brains like certainty and a job search brings up lots of uncertainty.
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What is the hardest company to get a job at?
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Does being unemployed make it harder to get a job?
The good news is that feeling the stigma of unemployment actually increases the chances of finding a new job, according to a 2019 study published in the Journal for Labour Market Research. Because of this stigma, many people who are unemployed place a very high value on regaining employment.
Does your first job matter?
While your first job probably won't be the last position or company you work for in your career, keep in mind that it is an important stepping stone. So be a little picky, and make sure that any job offer you take is offering you good experience or the opportunity to gain transferrable skills.
What do I do if I can't find a job?
How am I supposed to get a job with no experience?
Take lower-paid or unpaid opportunities
If you can't afford to take a pay cut or work in an unpaid internship position, try to find something part-time or flexible enough to allow you to earn the income you need from another job while gaining the experience you need from this lower-paid or unpaid opportunity.
What is the most difficult part of a job search?
Most people are afraid of rejection.
And job search is all about rejection. Even a highly successful job search will have more rejections than successes.