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How to Get A Job After College

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In this episode, Grant and Jarrod offer tips for graduating millennials who will begin their job search. They advise millennials to make a list of people, not companies, but people that they want to work for and then research how to get to them. They then must do whatever it takes to make that connection. Grant and Jarrod also explain that although companies are hiring, traditional salaried positions will not provide the income necessary to pay down college loans and provide enough cash flow allowing for true freedom. Jarrod shares the top 5 majors getting jobs in this economy but stresses the importance of understanding what you’re interested in an good at to earn a living. Grant explains that the traditional method of job searching must be abandoned in favor of a more direct approach that gets you to decision makers truly in the position to hire you. More insights on job hunting, business mistakes, and tips are given in this weeks episode.

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