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Old April 13th, 2012, 01:41 PM
Tony74 Tony74 is offline
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Default Where do you find jobs like these?

It's hard to find a job when there is way to many people competing for that same job. What type of jobs are always available, have the least amount of people competing for that job, and it's a job with good pay?

The only thing I can come up with are jobs in the trade industry. I mean something like plumbers, electricians, carpenters, etc. Not too many people want to get a job where they have to actually work like real pain and sweat kind of work. Everyone now wants a career where they get to work in an office somewhere wearing suits all day. No one wants to get their hands dirty doing the tough work.

Would it be a huge waste to spend a lot of time, money, and effort getting a college degree and then go find another job totally unrelated to what a person went to school for? For example, a person has a business degree but is all out of luck finding a job where that degree is useful. Would it be a good idea or bad idea if that person luck out with the job they was hoping for, but find luck with another job? The job may unrelated to what they were hoping for, but it is a decent job that pays well. It just requires a lot more physical work than you were expecting. Would this type of career switch be a bad move considering all you went through to get the job you initially wanted?
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