Talk to your family and friends about your college major also. They are there to support you. Let them! Your parents can tell you more about their college majors, and you can also find out more about the process they went through for choosing their programs of study. Friends can also help, especially if they are dealing with a similar situation. Share the information you gather and help one another at this critical time in your educations.

That’s not all though, career fairs are around all the time and taking advantage of those could be a life changer. I was just looking for a fun summer job being a raft guide and it turned out the company I was applying to could also offer me an internship with the Pennsylvania Department of conservation and Natural Resources.

Here’s a case in point. This month, Mehmet Oz, MD (Dr. Oz of the popular television show of the same name) will air the results of his “no salt challenge” where he searched the country for a chef who loved salt so much he would find it difficult to give up. The “challenge” was for that chef to cook for 30 days using none of it. Chef Bacigalupo, a Culinary Arts Instructor at Bay-Arenac ISD career center in Bay City, MI was chosen for the project and at my last check, he was down 21 pounds after 13 days of his experiment.

Update your contact information with email and phone Only use contact information that is completely separate from your companies contact information.

You won’t be able to just do a quick elimination search in the newspaper once a week, pick three jobs to interview for, and get one of the three. A lot of jobs out there are not even posted in the newspaper. You have to actually know of the company and go directly to their site. Be creative and look up all possibilities. You’d be amazed at all the types of jobs that fit in all different fields at a business.

So here are some keys to help you find a rehab therapist job. Many of them apply to finding a job in any field, with a few tweaks for the rehab therapist.

When you look for a job in your major make sure that you don’t overdo the balance between family, school and work. Many students fail because they take too many classes and try to work full-time.