How does Clark Kent get his job at The Daily Planet in Man of Steel?
While there might be a lot in those "lost years" that we are not shown on screen, it seems that he has spent a lot of time wandering around changing from one job to another (we see him working as a fisherman or waiter). It’s also made clear that he wanted to go unnoticed in school. Although Man of Steel neither says that he did nor did not pursue higher education, why would someone who wants to go unnoticed go to college, then start chaining all these jobs with a fake identity? Given that curriculum and with no degree, how would he make it through the hiring process at The Planet?
On the other hand, he seems to be quite skilled at getting a job, even with a fake ID — he got that job with the military contractors, no less, when they were digging the spaceship out of the ice. So, maybe he faked his qualifications and past employment history.
Maybe Lois Lane had something to do in the whole process (although I seem to recall that Perry introduces them to one another, so it’s likely they were pretending they did not know each other beforehand).
Are there any "official" sources (novelization of the movie, movie scripts, articles or interview with actors/director/writers of the movie...) that explains how Clark Kent gets his job at The Daily Planet?