by Emma Marc-Aurele
For many college students today, the pressure of finding jobs after graduating weighs heavily. Students often worry about excelling in classes and building an impressive resume in order to compete against peers and, in the end, make a living to sustain an independent adult-life after college.
The public perception about available jobs in Vermont is often grim. We sometimes hear, “the only available jobs pay minimum wage” and “the manufacturing sector is on sharp decline.”