Post-graduation seems scarier than I had expected. With my graduation ceremony finally behind me, I have begun to look into potential jobs that would best suit me for once I finally receive my diploma. Although my internship with L.A.M.P. Media Productions has focused heavily on production, and that is something that I enjoy doing, I want to pursue a career in Marketing. Marketing has been a passion of mine for years, and I know that getting a career in marketing will be fulfilling. However, no matter how much I seem to have a strong idea of what I want to do following graduation, it has become evident that finding a job in marketing is going to be a lot harder than I initially thought.
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This serves as a cautious reminder to all of the post-undergrad students out there entering the job market—make sure to do thorough research on a company that contacts you before confirming an interview, or before going in for an interview. It is important that you understand that a company’s values align with yours, and that the position offered, is actually the position offered.