Is college right for you? I’m not one to say, but I said it anyway. I took to my other site, Scryptwriter, and wrote a full article on whether or not it’s beneficial to attend college (and why it probably isn’t). Here’s just an excerpt: Everyone seems to have a
No matter what year of college you’re in at the moment (freshman, senior, or otherwise), there are numerous ways to prepare yourself for the competitive job market ahead.
College is like a big party where you spend time with several different people, some longer, some shorter. Post-college is when we realize just how awkward we were throughout.
Have you ever had that realization that you hate your profession?
What can you expect from post-grad life? A friend of mine asked me this just a few days ago. He’ll be graduating in just a few weeks, and I can’t blame him for being curious. I asked myself this question one year ago, right before I completed my own undergrad.
One year ago, I thought I had my entire life mapped out ahead of me. I had just landed my first professional job, more than a month before graduation. I had conquered my last semester of college with high marks. Life was good, and it only seemed downhill from there.
Being a post-grad is one of the most exciting, yet trying, periods of time you will face as your education finally reaches its climax. I’m writing this in February, then, as a way to hopefully help get people thinking about this now, rather than later. This is the time to