Jobs are everywhere & nowhere. You can be underqualified or overqualified. America has an entire educated population now scrambling for more certification in a guess about the next wave of job opportunities. It's a paper chase where only the "schools" (correspondence/on line/local) can pay their overhead costs. If you are a student for any discipline, realize that everyone in your class is a competitor, & the job market will get flooded. So many applicants will lower the pay for that particular job. People must try another education . . . a forum participant lamented that now she can't make any more money after graduation than she made @ her previous job. She still can't pay her bills, & now she's stuck w/paying student loans, too.