Thursday, March 18, 2010

Job Seeking Has Hit The MTV Level

MTV HiredIf you thought your job search was made for tv, with all the drama of your family and friends, interviews gone crazy and an education that you are paying good ole Uncle Sam for every month, then you were right!

This week MTV announced a new series about the job seeking process of recent college grads called 'MTV Hired.' The show will follow

"recent college graduates as they pursue the daunting task of finding employment in today's difficult economic climate."

They have 20 episodes slated for this year and according to their pres release, the job market is pretty tough and filled with qualified competition:

In today's cutthroat economy, finding a job is like searching for a needle in a haystack. For every job opening there are thousands of applicants desperate to be hired. From the over-qualified to the un-employable, one thing is certain: jobs are yours to win or lose during an interview. Blow the interview -- and its back to the unemployment line. Nail it, and there is a paycheck with your name on it. In each resume-clenching episode, "MTV Hired" looks into the diverse professions that the job market has to offer including personal training, shoe designing, event coordinating, and many more. Viewers will also meet an employer looking to fill a position, get to know the hungry job applicants, sit in on the interviews, and be there when one lucky person lands the job of their dreams. Who will stand out and who will crack under pressure? Find out on "MTV Hired."

If you want to enter the real life "Hired" we encourage you to pre-register for our little reality series called the Orlando Job Fair. It is happening on Wednesday, April 21st at the Lowndes Shakespeare Theatre from 10am - 2pm.

You can learn more and register in the Job Fair section of the Orlando Employment Guide.

What are your thoughts on the show and do you think your job search is made for tv? Tell us in the comments below.



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