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interested in early moving need some help on the job front
« on: December 15, 2015, 04:32:13 pm »

I'm a 25 guy trying to get my footing in the workforce.  I'm most interested in graphic design or something in a related field, but at this point I'm desperate enough to consider most stuff with career potential. I have some college, pursuing a degree in visual communications, however, I did not complete a degree as I was never really comfortable in that environment.

While I lack experience I am a fast and eager learner, and would love an opportunity to prove my capabilities. I'm willing to send a resume to anyone who requests one but I need to warn you that it's not that impressive, as I currently live with my parents in a crappy tourist trap of a town in Wisconsin. A town I DESPERATELY, DESPERATELY want to leave. I'd be willing pack up and head east rather quickly, but I would prefer to wait until after the holidays.

Thanks in advance to anyone willing to help me out
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Re: interested in early moving need some help on the job front
« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2015, 09:20:01 pm »

You might want to start by looking for seasonal work in New Hampshire - ski lodges, Hampton Beach, Lake Winnipesaukee, that sort of thing, then apply for more permanent jobs from a New Hampshire address. It can be difficult to get interviews from out of state, and it helps to get a track record of good jobs and references from employers.
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