like I really need a job!
Most Helpful Guy
I sympathize with your situation. And even though it won't make you feel better, you're not alone. The U. S. economy is barely producing enough jobs to keep up with population growth through immigration. What that means is that all net job growth is going to the one million plus people we're admitting every year on Green Cards, not to mention the hundreds of thousands more on other types of visas. Many employers prefer to hire immigrants over Americans because they know their wage/salary expectations are over. The Great Recession is not over for millions and millions of Americans. I feel for you and every American who can't find work in part because of your own government's policies.2
Most Helpful Girl
If you're currently in school apply for an internship for your field of study, it gives you entry level experience in that line of work. Most colleges offer career services to aid students in finding and applying for these opportunities. Check out what resources your school offers.
If you're not enrolled in school I would suggest enrolling and then seeking part time work with a dining establishment, hotel/motel, fitness center/gym, department/grocery/drug store. Apply at several stores in a mall near your area.1
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