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Exiled in the Midlands Said,
February 27th, 2011 @7:00 am  

Set up your own company. Isn’t it bizarre what they award degrees in these days.

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Bubba Dee Said,
February 27th, 2011 @7:52 am  

sometimes you have to do what you can to pay the bills. try contacting your school’s career office for some help with your degree or your mentor, if you had one.

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Stan Marsh Said,
February 27th, 2011 @8:27 am  

Over qualified is an understatement. I worked as a bouncer while I was in college, and all that was necessary for my employers to know was that I was on the Rugby team. Period.

I would follow that other person’s recommendation, and that is start your own business. I know that at UCLA, they have security at most of their parties, and they use a few different security company who also provide bartenders in addition to security at fraternity/sorority events.

That would probably be a better plan than just being a bouncer. Unless you could be the security manager for a club, you would be wasting your time.

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JE Said,
February 27th, 2011 @8:41 am  

For now, you have to do what you have to do. Think of it as an internship and a way for you to gain valuable experience in the field. You can start your own security service or become employed in government or the corporate sector. Everyone needs security, especially these days.

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