I was in New York, New York for two nights and got to do A LOT. Here's what I did and recommend you do if your visit is short like mine was.
For the past six months, I have been applying to numerous internships and entry level positions. I am a university student, in my third year, studying Marketing and Business Management, and I have my Associates of Arts, plus over five years of customer service. Going back through my emails, I counted 22 places I had applied for, and did not even get a call back. I constantly was changing my resume, thinking that was the problem, but it really was not the case.
Here are the facts, in my opinion.
**These recommendations, provided by me, are for those with an oily forehead and a dried out chin/jaw. Otherwise known as combination skin. My skin is also very sensitive with pink pigmentation.**
It's not the best subway station, with its blue tiled walls, and cement floors, flickering lights over head that seemed to follow you around wherever you go. You're sitting on a bench in the middle of the platform, facing the tracks where there were once cars waiting. Now all you see is two black tunnels. You're sitting with your Zara combat-boots on the seat, and your chin resting on your knees. You waft away a strand of light brown hair away from your face and get up. Wandering about the half lit station, you stumble into the bathroom, but make sure there is no one following you in. You locked the doors and now your hands are planted firmly against the marble sink, and you look straight into your own eyes.
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