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Does still being in school limit the quality of jobs i can get/apply for?

I'm a senior in undergrad in NYC and looking for job opportunities #internships #economics #political-science #political-campaigns

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Wiktoria’s Answer

You can start your path during summer internships or find a part-time (or less) job. I myself started working at my undergraduate studies during the summer holidays. It was an internship and afterwards I got an offer to stay there longer at part-time job. I recommend finding a job close to the university so you don't spend a lot of time commuting.
Work and studies are a possible combination and will definitely give you an advantage in the labor market.
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Erica’s Answer

Being in school doesn't limit quality of jobs, it actually expands your opportunities when you enter the workforce. And the short is that full time job placement varies industry. Certain industries have different targeted recruiting seasons; accounting, consulting, and professional services recruit campus hires in the fall for the following year. Other industries like PR and Marketing recruit for more immediate placements.


But if your looking for jobs while you're pursuing your degree you should look into jobs on-campus or through your college's career center to find opportunities that will accommodate your student schedule. Hope this helps!

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Mikela’s Answer

Hi Jonah -- I recommend discussing jobs with your undergraduate school's career center. They'll be able to help you explore different opportunities if you want a job while you're still in school or after graduation!
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