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mvsopen Said,
January 29th, 2011 @9:10 pm  

You need to work for a few years and build up a solid employment history, otherwise people will consider you either ‘over educated’ or ‘a professional student’. Then start your 2nd degree.

Grad experience does not amount for much on a job application.

Good luck!

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Dav Said,
January 29th, 2011 @9:16 pm  

Working as a counselor in a community mental health clinic is interesting and rewarding, but you only get paid if the client shows up. It is not unusual to be at the agency for 9 to 11 hours and only get paid for 2 to 4 hours. McDonald’s pays better.

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la la la la HEY! Said,
January 29th, 2011 @9:57 pm  

yes any one will hire you if you 2 master degrees.

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jess_wundring Said,
January 29th, 2011 @10:09 pm  

Your current degree is enough to secure an entry level job in student affairs…what you need now is to develop your sales pitch (selling yourself in a particular position).

Think of your masters degree as an entry ticket to the train station. You can get on whatever train you want, but you’ll still need to convince the conductor that you’re going somewhere. They’re not going to kick you out of the station, but it might take some convincing to get them to let you on their train….

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