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Some people graduate thinking life after graduation is all downhill after that.

The reality is that life after graduation, the challenge has just started.


First you must make sure you take care of yourself.

Not only physically and mentally but as well as your credit. That means as you get all of those credit card applications, be careful how and when to fill them out and use them. Having a financial advisor helps be it your school counselor and sometimes your parents can help you with your budget.

Getting a job that you like is important.

Sometimes you get that perfect job and find out it is not so perfect. Have a good resume.

Not all job are created equal. Give it a chance and if it doesn't work out, it's not the worst thing in the world. Just make sure you give proper notice, if leaving, and don't "burn bridges". You never know who you are currently working with that likes you and can give you a lead to another opportunity.

Don't give up!

Good things come to those who wait. But don't sit around and wait for it to come to you. Get out there and submit your resume everywhere. Call back and follow up even if they said they would call you back and don't. Ask what you could have done better to get the position.

Keep on keeping on!

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