There are soooo many of them! Everyone wants you to have 3-5 years of expierience, some companies won't hire "entry level" people because, and I quote "of the time it takes for us to train them". NEWS FLASH! You are probably going to have to train any one you hire to some extent if not only to show them how your company does something - cause we all know not every company does everything the same way.
Then there is the whole un-employment thing. It's all good, you get some kind of income while your looking for a job, BUT - there is always a but - if you decide that maybe you want to take some classes to better improve yourself the job market, I found out that they cut you off! How fair is that!
Needless to say, I'm getting a little flustered with the whole job hunt thing, and if I can't find one in my feild soon...I may be looking into going back to Kohl's or something like that. Which I really don't want to do, but if I have too...well it's better than nothing.