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Bishopkilljoy on January 5th, 2021 at 13:57 UTC »

My girlfriend has a master's degree in her chosen field. Worked her ass off for years and everybody was so proud of her.

She can't find a job in her Field because she's A) Too inexperienced, B) Too experienced or C) Company lied about available jobs.

All answers she's gotten over the past year.

HoneyNJ2000 on January 5th, 2021 at 14:01 UTC »

Hiring managers can pretty much set the bar wherever they want.

I'd always held Administrative Assistant jobs because I didn't have a college degree to do something more career oriented. But around 2005 or so, I was noticing that most office jobs were suddenly now requiring either an Associate's Degree or a freakin' Bachelor's Degree!!!

Being a 'secretary' is what a lot of women fell back on when they DIDN'T have a degree, so it was ridiculous that hiring managers were suddenly requiring degrees for $13 and $14 an hour positions.

KumaHax on January 5th, 2021 at 14:15 UTC »

On LinkedIn I stumbled upon this gem:

An entry level position for Fresh University graduates (Ba holders) as a trainee in a sales department.

Requirements: 5+ year experience at a similar position

So basically I should have been working as a trainee since high school in a business department which isn't even open for high school students FOR FIVE YEARS????????

And they pay you 300$ per month for a full time job lol.