The worst thing you can do in looking for a career is to not do anything. The more skills you learn, the more experiences you have and the more employee time you have — all work towards a career. It is often not the degree, but the work ethic and the recommendations that facilitate a good job. In other words your character matters the most. If you have a job at McDonalds, be the best burger flipper they’ve ever had; if you are waiting tables, be the best waiter or waitress they’ve ever had. Show up on time, give proper notice for vacations, work hard, go above and beyond, take responsibility and live out the gospel even when sweeping the floor. This is the root of a landing a good job.