What brings every recent graduate together in this really strange journey is knowing we’re all going through immense change collectively.
Job hunting is like dating; it can be entirely arbitrary at times.
Wine. Post Grad: “Can I get a glass of Cab, please?” Undergrad: “Who’s ready for Wendy Winehands?!
Entry Level means years of experience. When you read the title “entry level” for a position, you automatically assume that this may be an option for you.
Getting a degree was supposed to be a security blanket. But realizing there are so many things I can do with my life is just too OVERWHELMING.
You don’t have to do what everyone else is doing. When I left my job, my brain was basically screaming at me being like, “Hey dingus! Look at all your friends with their secure jobs and vacation days! What do you have?”
It seems unfair that it is easiest to live in the present when something is coming to an end. I had concluded that these types of moments -the ones that serve as poignant reminders of our existence, were fleeting.
No one has themselves figured out at age 22 or 23, and if they say they do, I can 100 percent guarantee you that they are lying to you.
Sweatpants serving as acceptable attire for any occasion. As opposed to after college, when donning sweatpants for seven days straight is about as far from acceptable as you can get. Passing stretchy jeans off at work might be the closest you can get to those glory days, but it does make you appreciate weekends that much more.
For the modern 20 something there are so many career options out there that didn’t even exist 10 years ago. In fact, the average millennial changes their job every three to four years.