Sure, I have my reservations about the kind of show it might turn out to be — after all, it follows the "cool jobs," the ones at Gen Art, American Rebel PR, and Models International, the same kind of jobs you see on The City. But, that's also part of the point. With the gloom of the recession cast on the newly graduating class of 2010, this show highlights the bright spots, and attempts to show that work at great companies can still be found — you just have to be on your game.
So what exactly can you expect to learn from the show? Find out after the jump.
What will viewers — job seekers — learn from watching? Interview skills, for one. According to SheFinds.com founder Michelle Madhok, whose company will also be featured, the show should be called “How Not to Interview." Additionally, the 20-episode series will feature designated job coach, Ryan Kahn, who reveals the ups and downs of the hiring process for employee and employer, alike. As executive producer, Noah Scheinmann, says of the show, "We know it’s very timely. But it’s also very timeless. We all wish we had this when we graduated.” What do you think — is this sheer entertainment or user-friendly advice for Gen-Y job seekers?