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Looking for a job is never an easy task, especially for a young adult hunting for his or her first professional job. "Job or No Job" tries to make the situation a little less stressful for some job seekers by setting up three interviews that could result in anywhere from zero to three offers. Business executive and author Jane Buckingham serves as a career and lifestyle expert, helping to guide the candidates as they explore their employment opportunities and, if things go well, choose between multiple job offers in industries that include online journalism, fashion and event planning.

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A woman leaves her hometown of El Paso, Texas, and travels to New York City to find a job in advertising.
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A woman leaves her hometown of Brooklyn, N.Y., and travels to Portland, Ore., to find a job in graphic design.
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A man from Nashville, Tennessee, travels to Los Angeles where he hopes to find employment in the music industry.
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A woman leaves her home of Point Pleasant, N.J., and travels to San Francisco in the hope of landing a job at a high-tech startup.
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A blogger from the Midwest heads to New York to interview with three successful online magazines, bringing along a resume riddled with typos.
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A junior designer from California is woefully unprepared for her job interviews at three successful interior design firms in New York City.
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Aspiring event planner Gigi interviews with three successful companies in Nashville, Tenn.; Gigi's knowledge of alcohol is put to the test; a potential employer asks Gigi to plan a wedding on the spot.
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An 18-year-old finance major from Houston must learn to relax while trying to land a job at one of three successful Los Angeles realty firms.
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Jane helps an aspiring fashion designer overcome feelings of nervousness that are undermining her job interviews in Los Angeles.
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Aspiring restaurateur Gabrielle travels from Dallas to Chicago in search of a job; gaffes committed on her three interviews include forgetting a resume and swearing in front of a potential employer.

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