This week I wrote a column about how to not get a job. Not that I'm an expert. I spent almost (okay a little over) a year as a casual traveller/unpaid intern/basement dweller following my graduation. But now I have a job (actually sometimes I have a few) and so I feel obligated to offer some advice on how to move on with life after grad school.
Every May, a fresh crop of university graduates emerge from the cosy bubble of undergraduate life, ready to face the rejection-letter reality of the working world. Don’t worry, we’ve all been there.
“What have I done with my life … why did I ever get an arts degree?”
But don’t fret, new grads, you won’t be broke forever. Eventually, you will get over your quarter-life crisis, get off the couch and you will find a job.
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