Job Hunting Woes
It’s hard to stand out from the crowd when you go job hunting, but if you don’t put yourself out there, you’ll never achieve anything.
You Have to Compromise
Sometimes, you have to accept whatever job you can get your hands on, even if it’s not what you want. You’ve got to start out somewhere.
Budgeting Is Best
Your money problems aren’t going to disappear once you leave college. Bills, loans, and other expenses will force you to continue living on a budget.
The Party’s Over
You don’t have to give up partying completely after college, but you do have to change your habits. Showing up to work feeling worse for wear will have significant consequences.
You’ll Never Be Alone
You may want to live alone after all those college roommates, but your chances of affording a one-bedroom place will be pretty slim.
As much as you love your sweatpants and casual clothes, you’ll need to dress smarter if you want to set a good impression at work.
The Subject of Every Conversation
Once you have a job, it’s pretty much all that people will ask you about. Every conversation you have will probably revolve around it in some way.
Staying up all night to study or party will quickly become a thing of the past. After enough time in your job, you’ll start yearning for an early night.
When you and your friends all have jobs, it won’t be so easy to meet up with them. You’ll have to work hard to stay connected, but it’s worth it.
Lost and Confused
Things will be tough straight after college, but you’re not alone. No matter how lost you feel, so many others are in exactly the same boat as you. Make every moment of college count, because you’ll miss it once you graduate.