Having Trouble Getting a Job After College?

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Maybe you don’t need a job, you need a CAREER.

We have all seen the stories in the Washington Post or Time or Huffington Post – More and More College Grads are having trouble getting a job after college.

It may be time for you to approach the problem in a different manner and think outside the box. You graduated from College – now what???

Have you ever considered a CAREER in Real Estate. That is right, I said Real Estate. Not a Job, but rather a career. An opportunity to be your own boss or team up with an experience agent to work as a real estate professional.

You see, real estate may be just the answer to your income needs and your entrepreneurial desires and your desire to become a professional.

Corporations are not hiring the way that they once were. That being said, YourCBL is actively looking for Recent and Upcoming College and University Graduates that are looking to apply their talents and skills into a path that provides the potential for income. We are looking to sponsor potential agents all across the country. Our programs provide the path to the required licensing and the proven training and education needed to succeed in today’s real estate market.

Take the story of Jordan Bennett – A Keller Williams Agent that was recently recognized by the National Association of REALTORS as one of their 30 under 30 top agents. “After working at one of the Big 4 accounting firms right out of school, I quickly learned that sitting behind a desk and crunching numbers was not for me. In real estate, I have found a career as opposed to simply a job. But through my corporate experience I gained a strong work ethic, a focus on people and a desire to bring value to everything I do. I have also leveraged my CPA background to work with a number of investors, both in buy-and-hold transactions as well as ‘flip’ transactions.” In 2013 Jordan sold $24.5 million in real estate volume.

I would love to show you the systems, models, tools and path to a Career worth Having and actually put your degree to work making money.

I live and work in Charlottesville, Virginia and I see it all the time with graduates of The University of Virginia. They spend 4 or 5 years, and at the end they are faced with the prospect of just heading back home to live in the basement or accepting a short term gig just to say they are working. Some of them have been starting to explore the possibilities of pursuing a career in real estate, and they are surprised when they realize how much the path of being a real estate agent might be exactly what they are looking for.

Knowledge is power, and I am here to help. We can set up a time to skype or you can attend one of our monthly online career nights and we will help you determine the next steps that you need to follow to become a success and not just an out of work, over educated statistic.