Okay--so Niagara University's career services, parents, friends, have all been training you to think about a career as a monogamous commitment: one employer, one paycheck, until retirement, death, or dissatisfaction do you part.
But there's also freelance work, which may very well be the wave of the future.
Business Insider posted a list of the 55 best companies for those seeking freelance gigs. That is, these are the companies with the most freelance opportunities. See the link here: http://www.businessinsider.com/best-companies-for-freelancers-2014-9
You can also see that list in its original context, FlexJobs: http://www.flexjobs.com/blog/post/55-top-companies-hiring-for-freelance-jobs/ You'll also find additional content on the FlexJobs site--not only specific job listings, but also "how-to" blog posts, lifestyle benefits, employers that use freelancers a lot...
Some of the services on FlexJobs (like specific freelance opportunities) are by subscription ($15/month or $50/year). I'm neither endorsing nor dissuading you from purchasing these services. Rather, I note enough free material to warrant checking out their website.
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