This is true, but still leaves me with the big problem of no experience. That’s honestly what I’ll start doing from now on though, just pretending I never went to college.
Believe it or not there’s a ton of research jobs I can do, like assistant stuff. I’ve been looking but always lose out. I do fully intend to get my masters, but it’s tough because taking the GRE costs money, as do applications, and I also need to take a couple more classes at a community college before I apply because I need some extra prerequisites depending on the program, and I need to be actively working in my gap between undergrad and my masters. I do want to go back to school but it requires so much money to even apply that I need some type of work to do that.