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these things don't really exist unless you're at uni, right?
you just have to pay ludicrous amounts of money to them....
i think some of them do that. check it out.
you can use it for up to a year after you graduate and i graduated June 2005
mine would've 'advised' me for 2 or 3 years afterwards.
unless your employer outsources some kind of personnel development service
basically, i might be giving up on my dreams at 22 .... and need to find a new one
which will presumably be tenuously tied in to insurance
could be a field specific recruitment agency - good ones work both ways, finding the right people for companies, but also the right options for people. Only if you're actually seeking employment through them though.
really want to work in insurance though....
you're supposed to get MORE realistic ... not sure though