BALTIMORE - If you have kid that is getting ready to graduate, congratulations! That’s a huge relief. Now comes another big hurdle: getting a job.
This is a tough job market and experts say you must brand yourself and your resume needs to wow potential employers. There are ways to sell yourself even if you have limited career experience.
Francina Harrison, the Career Engineer was a guest on Good Morning Maryland at 9:00. She has advice for soon-to-be grads, or parents of graduates when it comes to landing a job. If you would like to see the interview, click on the video box on the left-hand side of your screen.
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