Late summer, 2013: I graduated from a respected New England college with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications, a high GPA, and a relatively solid resume consisting of a handful of internships and various part-time jobs I’d held throughout college. I even had study abroad experience. So, truth be told, I was pretty confident that when I moved back to the San Francisco Bay Area, I would have no problem finding a job that would set me on my choice career path. Such arrogance… Such naivete… According to the Economy Policy Institute, the current unemployment rate for new Read More…