I think in the current situation when there is the great competition its hard to get the job in your field of study immediately.But in some field like law and other services that related to the law profession can easily get job according to their field of study immediately.
I'm still in college. Originally went in and didn't have my head on straight since I was working two jobs, but I kept my grades high because I decided "Hey, I get it for free, I might as well aim for the stars." So I chose the medical field because I'll be damned if that isn't costing anyone stars.
Got my associates in Science a couple years back. Now I have a pretty good plan (Nurse, then PA, then MAYBE doctor) so I'm running with it.
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I got a job in my field (transportation) worked a few years. I think my ease in getting a job was due mostly to my major (civil engineering). There is a pretty steady demand for civil engineers.
I am off on a new adventure though. Starting a Dr of Physical Therapy program in the fall! A much better fit for my personality, I think, but I can still use some science-y stuff, which is also meaningful to me. I don't anticipate having trouble getting a job as a physical therapist either. Another profession which will pretty much always be in demand, which is at least a small part of the reason I selected it.
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