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Old 05-03-2014, 02:00 AM   #6
doingmybest
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Some employers prefer new grads because they may be up to date on the most current trends in their field and can be more easily trained to do things in a manner that the employer prefers. Younger employees are sometimes considered to be more enthusiastic, more flexible and less expensive than more experienced employees.

They know your background. This could be a great opportunity for you to start your career. Go to the interview and sell them on your best qualities and skills; do not focus on your lack of experience. The transition from student to employee is always challenging and sometimes scary but remember: everybody goes through this.

Patience is right: if you don't get this job, you will get another one.

Congratulations on finishing up your degree. That is a big accomplishment!

Good luck!
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