I need help with a problem that involves recent graduates and employment.
Many employers aren't helping new graduates who are seeking employment. They are basically slamming the doors in our faces. They give us the runaround by telling us that we have either too little experience or too much experience for a position.
This is very confusing to me.
What I need to know is how are we supposed to gain experience to further our careers when we aren't given the opportunity to learn?
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Some businesses say we have to be trained in a position. I am a recent graduate with a master's degree in business administration and two concentrations in health care management and human resource management, but I have very little experience in either field. I'm seeking an entry-level position. All I need is a company that will help me get started.
I am not asking for a job that pays $18 an hour. I can work for $10 to $12 per hour as long as I gain experience and the knowledge to advance.
All I'm asking is why companies can't give recent graduates a chance to accomplish and achieve our goals, which is to earn a better living and improve ourselves?