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Hello there,

I recently graduated with an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering. I am having a hard time finding a job due to the fact that I was not able to get any internship experience while I was in school. Most of the jobs I have seen require years of experience so I'm not sure if I should even try to apply for those jobs? What are my options? Thank you for your help.

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You are not alone in this sort of situation. Also schools do not teach students common sense things like how to search for a job. If you will send your email address to me at walshaw1@cox.net I will send at no obligation a 4 email job search plan that includes s sample resume and cover letter, a unique job search method as well as some tough love advice. THE PLAN WORKS IF YOU WORK THE PLAN! Good Luck!

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Robert M. Walshaw

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I can answer job search questions and can email a very effective and unique job search plan that is almost guaranteed to work if you work the plan. I will also email resume and cover letter examples as well as some tough love advice all free. No internet questions.

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Many years of experience as President and General Manager of both large and small corporations, hiring people up to the Vice Presidential level

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Currently President and CEO of the FREE JOB HELP SOCIETY

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BS - Mechanical Engineering, University of Massachusetts MBA - Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts

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