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A bit of background first, i am 27, I held several jobs for a few years, may recent jobs being related to the area of market research, first a call center that promoted me to a monitor, and the next a face to face survey place that give you cash for taking surveys.
I am good with computers, know my way around MS office, and did a temp job as an IT intern for an engineering firm.
I graduated from college with a degree in marketing and advertising, and i am currently re-enrolled with a focus in financial accounting. I have 1 semester left before i have the bachelors, and 2 before i can get a masters which would qualify me for a CPA license. ( assuming i get all the other requirements)
Everywhere i have applied, i have gotten "you aren't qualified enough" or "too qualified" messages. I rarely ever hear anything back besides a nice little "thanks for trying" letters.
I am using my college employment office, the job fairs that come here, newspapers and the internet.
Is there some sort of fundamental flaw i am unaware of or is the job economy still in the crapper?