Well like countless others I'm a recent grad looking to get my foot in the door so to speak. My concern is that I see many unemployed with fairly specific and high end credentials, while my experience and schooling is quite generalized (BA in geography, non-planning related internships with fed government). I'm particularly interested in transportation consulting. At this point in my life, going back to school isn't financially viable. Part of me feels like I'm wasting my time even trying because I can't sell myself as a GIS expert, engineer, architect, etc. One of my internships was overseas at a US Embassy, and I've traveled quite a bit, so I try to play up some sort of international perspective, but I doubt it's very influential. Planning related internships are a possibility now, but it's quite difficult to find one that will hire someone that is NOT a student, and can accommodate my current working hours. I've done a bit of networking, but again, without specific credentials it's hard to even get noticed. I'm not here to mope, but I'm just wondering if there's others out there in a similar boat as me with any recent success? I'm nearing a crossroads and I'm wondering if I should pursue different fields to at least gain other experience that may be marketable in the future.