Applying for Jobs Part 1

As a senior in my last semester of college, I have a little bit more to worry about than getting all A's on midterms and deciding where to go for spring break. While I wish those were my only concerns, mine extend a little bit beyond the bars bordering my university. I've began to realize I can't exactly wait until the week before graduation to begin applying for jobs. Plot Twist: it's actually quite difficult to find a full-time position. After spending most of Christmas break updating my resume, designing my brand, getting my website up and running, I am finally at the place where I can start getting my name out there to potential employers. 

I'm not so worried about getting a job. I've worked extremely hard in undergrad and have the content and experience to show for it, but I my worries go to finding the perfect job. Mentors, bosses, parents and really everyone who has graduated college keeps telling me I will hate my first job. But I'm on the mission to not hate my first job. I want to use my skills and knowledge to work at something I'm passionate about. That's all I ask for. 

Maybe my expectations are a bit too high, but what can I say? I'm a dreamer. Today, I applied for my dream job. I have no clue as to what my chances are of even scoring an interview, but I am confident in that I haven't worked my ass off all these years for nothing. Wish me luck!!!