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Who can I ask to write a letter of reference for a job?
Ok, the kinds of jobs I'm looking to apply for often require two letters of reference, which is no problem as I'll have one from my grad school internship as well as my current supervisor at my job of two and a half years. This should be fine right? Not so much. I've come across some jobs, some pretty great looking ones, that require three letters of reference. This to me seems like overkill, and is a problem as I've only been working two and a half years out of grade school in a single job. I've straight-up run out of employers and now need a bit of help thinking outside of the box to come up with a third person to ask to write a letter of reference for me. On a side note, I'm a great candidate for the types of jobs I'm looking for, and really this third letter is the only thing I'm missing and that (I'm hoping) is holding me back. Just kinda sucks, ya know?
Anyway, thanks for the assistance and ensuing advice!