One of the biggest challenges that millennials face is finding a job after finishing college. The average student graduates with $30,000 of student loan debt, which makes the pressure to find a “good” job quite high.
Many recent grads lack relevant experience in their chosen field, and they may only have experience with landing retail or food service positions. Finding a “real job” is considerably more difficult, and many grads are totally unprepared.
One of the biggest challenges that millennials face is finding a full-time job after graduating from college. Many graduates have limited (if any) work experience in their chosen field, and they are often buried in student loan debt.
Liberal arts grads may know all about Pythagorean theorems, ancient philosophers, and Maslow’s hierarchy of needs…
But many of them don’t know the first thing about how to land a job that pays well enough to be able to afford those horrific student loan payments.