I'm a recent MUPP graduate; Iíve got about a year of an internship under my belt, and what I believe to be a strong academic and extracurricular resume, though lacking in much planning work experience.
I know the economy sucks right now and thatís a big damper on things, but does anyone have advice about getting employers to take notice of a true entry level resume?
It seems everything Iím seeing listed as ďentry levelĒ is actually 2+ years experience required!?!?! Iíve even seen some only requiring a bachelorís but require 3-5 yrs experience!
Is there such a thing as an entry level job anymore? Or are we stuck working part time internships, pro bono volunteering to boost our resumes while poring coffee at Starbucks as the student loans start rolling in?
Any thoughts appreciated.