You don’t know the current slang kids are using nowadays, and if you do know it, you don’t feel cool enough to say it. The word lit doesn’t roll of your tongue like it does a 21 year old’s.
You’d do it for free. I know that this isn’t practical, but let’s say that you don’t have to work for money anymore. Would you still do your job for free?
A lot of pressure comes along with graduating. The pressure of failing. The pressure of disappointing your family, your friends, and even yourself. The pressure of trying to be the very best version of yourself. The pressure of falling in love with the right person. The pressure of nailing your dream job.
Right then and there, I was sure of the bright path I am heading.
Students are faced with rivaling with each other for internships that offer nothing but a resume item. But because the job market is so competitive, one line on a resume can make the difference between having a job post-graduation or not.
Friendships are no longer “convenient.”
It is ugly and embarrassing to realize you depend so heavily on positive reinforcement from others.
Maybe I sound crazy, and maybe I actually am crazy, but once you let go of all those heavy expectations you’ve set for yourself, take a breather, and let life happen: good things come your way.
As I pass my three-year graduation mark, I would love to share with you some valuable advice I wish I had when I graduated.
It can be a turbulent time for the number of students who find them in a post-university/college limbo in the summer months.