There are a lot of opportunities which open up during fall, and applying to these ahead would not only give you an overview of how the job market looks like, but also help you network enough during the winter break. Your dream job might be just an interview away but getting there is no easy task.
Having just finished the fall semester, that means I have only one semester left in the MHRM program! AKA my full-time job search is in full swing.
Coming into a graduate program at the age of 21 with little working experience can be frightening at times. You are constantly surrounded by professionals and classmates who, most likely, have better visions of what they would like to do with their additional master's degrees. While it's okay to feel intimidated, you should try to look at this from another angle: you can learn just as much or even more from your peers as you do from your professors in many different areas such as selecting your career path.
Some of the recruitment swag given to Fisher students this year.