Dating a shorter man
I’m afraid that I’m already aged out of the very jobs that will help me establish a career and it’s only going to get harder.Is my only option take out tens of thousands of dollars of loans, go to grad school, and kick the can ahead a couple years and hope for the best?Instead of taking on more debt by going to graduate school, see if there are individual classes you could take in your field from Ed X, Coursera, Udacity, for example, and pay the extra fee to get a certificate of completion.This would be an inexpensive way of showing employers your knowledge and skills are not outdated.Should I explain to my child what happened and how happy I am his mother didn’t listen to me?I worry that when he’s older he might ask about the timing of our marriage and his birth, and start asking probing questions.I spoke to Catherine Ruetschlin, a senior policy analyst at the think tank Demos who studies the millennial job market, and she wants to assure you that you have done everything right.You, and many others in your cohort, are caught in economic forces beyond your control.
When I am able to secure an interview I find that employers are unimpressed with my résumé.
Identify people who have the kind of job you’re looking for, and ask them if you can come in for a brief informational meeting to get advice on how to break into the field—making contacts is crucial!
If you have information about networking events, go to them.
Dear Prudence, My boyfriend and I fell in love at first sight.
By the time I stood up and realized he was 4 inches shorter, we were too in love to care.