Ok, I am seriously not asking that question. Looking for a job related to my major is freaking me out. I have networked as well as gotten interviews ahead of time, stating that I can do both part and full time once I graduate (which is soon.) That I am willing to do internships/volunteer work campaigning (it's campaign season.) I've been told by people that they are willing to help me out with certain organizations just because they know me (and they have connections with her sister and such in an organization.... they are also willing to write LoR for me since they know me through the campus organization that we created.) So I've been making contingency plans so that I won't just be a statistic looking for a job for a year or more, even so.... I've been more nervous for each day my graduation date approaches (yay, I'll be having fun during those days.... but once it is over.. it is back to worrying.) In some ways you can even say that I am hired...but that that job might be a little iffy.
Other than that, the long term choices...again.... freaking me out because I don't know. There are things I want to do within 5 years after graduation, that includes:
1: Possibly teaching abroad for a while (that will take a year to finalize)
2: Finding a government job related to my major (ermmm.... will take until after I graduate... not sure if there will be openings for my skill level or lower.)
3: If my volunteer as a fellow (not related to the government job) becomes a good experience, work with said organization while being paid.
4: If the campaign team likes my work, try to get a part-time paid job with them (or more.)
5: Learning a programming language and foreign language during off-time (possibly for a year,) continue making flyers and ads as experiences with Photoshop and the like, reading books that continue to sharpen my mind.
6: If 1-4 fails, look for a job doing IT because I've had the experience on my own time with programming languages and making programs work (probably switching my OS so that I can contribute to Linux Mint programming in C [For Wine] and C++.)
What else is there? I had 2 interviews and 1 possible fellowship because of networking. 1 is willing to have me on board (but the job doesn't seem fun.) 1 I have to call back when I've graduated to check back with them.