Hunting for jobs is a necessity that people need to do in order to ensure their financial and professional survival. There’s also the added challenge of competing against so many skilled and intelligent individuals for desirable but limited positions, which just makes job hunting a daunting prospect for the average person. This is especially true for the generation born between the early 1980s to the early 2000s, otherwise known as the millennials.
Though millennials are often being talked about in mainstream media as the generation who grew up with the birth and rise of the internet, they still get a lot of flack from previous generations for being a demographic cohort that often exhibits this air of entitlement and lack of pragmatism. In fact, these unfortunate attributes have actually hindered countless millenials from finding suitable jobs that appeal to their preferences and skill sets.