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I have been working at my job (internship and full-time) for over a year now and see myself staying right there for a good while so I will be able to get that experience but other people aren't as lucky. They get trapped in every job needing experience and no jobs available to provide that experience. I'm not saying that employers should be forced to open entry level jobs just for that reason, because that would be wrong to force them to do. But they should be required to advertise their jobs in an accurate and honest manner.
I just don't know how you get them to stop doing it otherwise. I mean I have some experience now so it really is going to stop affecting me but its just wrong. I think it rises to the level of fraud even though it says them both in the same job listing. They are poisoning the job listings that everyone knows the (mostly young college student) is searching for something with the word "entry level". The job sites clearly aren't going to filter the stuff out. I think the only option left sadly is some sort of intervention from the government.
I'm curious to see your thoughts on my recent Twitter post.
Some people are trying to cover their ***** and say that the Mayan prediction was off by a few days. But then you lose the fact that it coincides with the Winter solstice.
Today should be a firm reminder that religious and cult (in my book they're one and the same) predictions should be ignored the same way drunken ramblings should be.
How is it that the Russian leader is the one that isn't afraid to let people know he understands science?
It speaks to the problem. "Deductions" isn't a solution. Specifics are necessary.
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