Like thousands of other early-twentysomethings, Kristen Stewart is really hoping someone out there feels like taking a chance on an unknown kid.
In the meantime, she's polishing her interviewing skills, revising her resume, and writing cover letter after . . . okay, not exactly. But now that the Twilight Saga is over, Stewart is a little bit stressed about lining up a new position.
"I'm kinda desperate to get a job right now," she told E! at the Monday, Nov. 12 premiere of Breaking Dawn: Part 2 in Hollywood. "I'm itching to go back to work."
Over the last year or so, Stewart, 22, did manage to score a couple of impressive, high-profile roles as the Twilight franchise began wrapping up; she appeared as Marylou in the buzzed-about adaptation of Jack Kerouac's On the Road (which premiered in the U.S. Nov. 3), and as Snow White in Snow White and the Huntsman.
Despite the scandal surrounding that blockbuster -- one of the biggest of Summer 2012 -- Stewart hinted last week that she hasn't ruled out reprising her role as the "fairest of them all."
"No one's positive or anything, but I think there's a strong possibility," she told The Hollywood Reporter.
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Kristen Stewart: I'm "Desperate" for a Job
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