Many 20-somethings have become discouraged by a difficult job market. A growing number of recent college graduates have taken low-level jobs and moved back in with their parents. Their self-esteem has vanished as a result of rejection letters and what seems like a dead-end job search after college.
But John Wilpers says the opportunities are abundant for these Millenials and they just need to know how to navigate a digital savvy marketplace, and how to presents themselves to get noticed and land that job.
Wilpers founded a company called Degrees2Dreams, which advises college students and recent college grads on how to manage their careers. Wilpers says there are six basic steps that new grads can take:
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