I was lucky. When I finished College, I was hired for twenty two days by the "CCSS" to cover an employee vacations.
Those words made me very nervous but as time passed I realized that he just wanted me to learn that every situation is different and that is why my studies are very important because they are my bases to get a job but is more important my thinking and my reaction to resolve the problems because these are my tools to survive on the labor market, to survive in a company.
Right now I've been working for two years. My second job was as a cashier in a cooperative, and my current job is as a manager of a non-governmental enterprise but is my first job as a manager and I always remember the words of my first boss to be the best manager that I can be.