In college, you had the job search made. As long as you had a decent career center, you had someone at your disposal to help you strategize for your job search, answer all of your burning resume and cover letter questions, and help you figure out what was going wrong if you weren’t getting the offers you were hoping for. And all for free (er, well, the cost of your tuition).
But in the “real world,” you generally have to pay pretty big bucks for this type of personalized career coaching. Still, many of us could use some serious guidance in untangling the convoluted world of job searching