I'm 27 years old and I have never attended college for a degree so I'm kind of curious why it is so hard to find a full-time job today. Is this country messed up? It clearly seems most full-time jobs nowadays require education, though I don't understand why or that's just me? Is there economy problems in the USA? First of all, I never have a full-time job before. I worked at IMAX and every employee (except supervisors and managers) has a part-time job. Secondly, I work part-time at Lowe's for over a year and I have good wage but the position I'm currently on is mostly part-time because I have to scan the labels of items when they are empty or not in stock and print the worksheets to the employees to order shipments. Yes, my position is part of the administrative office job and I enjoy what I do but I do need a full-time job for my future; seeing the dentist, buying a vehicle, renting an apartment, bills, etc. Thirdly, I experience my career for almost 5 years and I've learned lots of things in the past. I struggled to look for one during the Great Recession (2010-2013) and it was an absolute nightmare, which was why nobody hired me until IMAX did in 2014. It's a shame everywhere nowadays is part-time for economic reasons or whatsoever. So frustrating.