friendsoulmate Posted November 9, 2011 Share Posted November 9, 2011 I was watching the ET channel the other day, and they were interviewing young college graduates who decided to start their career in the entertainment business as performers/entertainers (women wrestlers in this case), instead of searching for a job and working the 9 to 5 in an office cubicle, in the field they spent years studying for in college, such as math/engineering or whatever. Why did they want to study these career-type majors in college, when they weren't serious about using this after college? It is as if their college education was just handed to them easily, and they received their college diploma in vain, because they weren't serious about using it. If the performer/entertainer college graduate decides to leave the entertainment business for some reason, then how would the former entertainer do a job search for their related field and have an employer, back near their hometown, take them seriously after they explain, for example, they have appeared in TV commercials and extras in movies for the past five years, but their entertainment career never really took-off in the direction they wanted it to, so one needed to use their college degree as something to fall back-on. What would be the best way for the former entertainer to get a new start in an office? An unpaid internship maybe? Link to comment
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