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abcdavid01
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Post-Graduation job hunting

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So I'm working at Disney World Florida until August. Then I have one more semester to graduate college. By the start of next year I'll be looking for my first job out. I just found this:

http://jobs.marriott.com/careers/JobDet ... 28?lang=en

Marriot Voyager Program
Marriott's 12-18 month, full-time, paid leadership development program for recent university graduates offers a number of opportunities to enrich a Voyager's future career
Voyagers that successfully complete the program will find an entry-level management or supervisory position that’s the best fit for them.
I actually was kicking around the idea of Saudi Arabia after seeing ladislav's post. That's when I found out about the Marriot program, which lists Saudi Arabia as one of the countries. Wishing you all success guys. This is what the HA dream is about.
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Glad to hear of your success! You rarely post anymore since last year, and I know the reason why is because you actually DO shit. Whenever you post something nowadays, it's always to share information about your working life or a trip you've been on, and it's inspiring to see. You are one of the few young men here who undertakes things, and does not seem stuck in a rut or hopeless. I like that!

I think if we fast forward some five or ten years into the future, you will be one of those guys who have made it. I don't agree with you on all of your stances, but I admire your persistance. You keep it going, man. Rooting for you brother. :D
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Great job, abcdavid! Glad you are doing well. ...
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Echoing the above.

You are on track.

Stay on track.

Marriott is a great company.

It will be a respected first entry on your resume.

Go as far as you can with them.
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Jester wrote: Marriott is a great company.

It will be a respected first entry on your resume.

Go as far as you can with them.
It was rated here in this article i just read. It made forbes top 10 best run companies.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/01/1 ... 49202.html
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abcdavid01 wrote:So I'm working at Disney World Florida until August. Then I have one more semester to graduate college. By the start of next year I'll be looking for my first job out. I just found this:

http://jobs.marriott.com/careers/JobDet ... 28?lang=en

Marriot Voyager Program
Marriott's 12-18 month, full-time, paid leadership development program for recent university graduates offers a number of opportunities to enrich a Voyager's future career
Voyagers that successfully complete the program will find an entry-level management or supervisory position that’s the best fit for them.
I actually was kickit.
It looks like a great program. Do they give you housing, because Singapore is very expensive? I would not go to Saudi Arabia. I would go to Singapore or even some less expensive Western friendly country. Good luck! It will be a great experience!
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