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College Grads

College Grads

Converse and commiserate with other newly minted adults.

  • Sparks of Spontaneity
    Published about a year ago
    Rebellious Thoughts of a Recent Grad

    Rebellious Thoughts of a Recent Grad

    I grew up with ideals of success repetitively instilled in me harder than a jackhammer on a construction site. My dad always said education is the key to success, which to this day I still don’t doubt. I was fortunate enough to receive an education from the top public university in the world, so by the social norm and, of course, the public’s interpretation, that should mean I attain the golden ticket to a life of immense triumph and corporate hierarchy.
  • Letitia Payne
    Published about a year ago
    Post-Grad Depression and Social Media: Let's Talk About It

    Post-Grad Depression and Social Media: Let's Talk About It

    Graduate life is a bit of a free-fall. Most of our lives are thoroughly structured through education up until the point we get put in those robes and the camera flash goes off. Of course, there will be a few of us who managed to secure graduate jobs prior to being unleashed into the wild; however that can't be the case for all of us, and it certainly wasn't the case for me.
  • Brandesha Sinclair
    Published about a year ago
    How to Improve Your Online Job Applications

    How to Improve Your Online Job Applications

    “Back in my day, we would walk-in, hand in our resumes, and speak with managers face-to-face!”
  • Jac Renouard
    Published about a year ago
    Careering After University

    Careering After University

    So I've been out of University for about a year now, and so much has changed since the simplicity of Uni days! I thought it would be as simple as "get a degree, get a job within the degree you have, live happily ever after!"
  • L. E. King
    Published about a year ago
    It Has Become Death, Destroyer of Work Satisfaction

    It Has Become Death, Destroyer of Work Satisfaction

    Listen, I know what you're thinking. There's that ugly word. "Survival Job." It's dripping with the kind of self-serving arrogance that all millennials seem to bathe in. A person ought to be grateful for whatever work they can get, right? A person ought to be happy that they've got food on the table, a roof over their head, and if they're exceptionally lucky, money to save.
  • Patricia Sarkar
    Published 2 years ago
    Prepare for Your Certification Test in No Time with F5 101 Exam Dumps

    Prepare for Your Certification Test in No Time with F5 101 Exam Dumps

    If you are passionate about cloud optimization and data center, the F5 101 is a certification you might want to consider. There are many job potentials that can be accessed by professionals with this certification and there are great income potentials that come with the credentials well. The F5 Network certification is in high demand by majority of the fortune 50 organizations and many mid-sized enterprise companies. With headquarters in Seattle, F5 has continued to grow in revenue generation over the years.
  • Daniella Padilla
    Published 2 years ago
    Life Worth Living

    Life Worth Living

    A life worth living. What does that mean? Are you ready to take the next steps after graduation and become an adult? Are we ready to take on the responsibility of finding a job and living on our own? Do we have what it takes to do this on our own? If you are anything like me, I want to say yes to all of these questions. Realistically, I can’t say that I can say yes to all these questions.
  • Sarah Baker
    Published 2 years ago
    Why Having Side Jobs in Your 20s Is a Good Thing
  • E DM
    Published 2 years ago
    I Am Afraid of My Future

    I Am Afraid of My Future

    (Disclaimer: This is my personal view and this is based on my home country. I am aware that countries and cultures differ. However, I think that most of the points that are made are relevant to most Western countries.)