Take Advantage of Your Alumni Status

Transitioning from a college student to a working adult after graduation can be difficult for some people.

Going from being involved in organizations and on-campus student groups to being a college graduate without that social network behind you can feel odd — what should you do with all of your free time?

Take a look at this article posted on USA Today College about the ways  college grads can remain in-touch with their alma mater  long after they receive their diplomas.



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  • noireblack32

    True that a lot of students are not prepared for what comes after graduation. Some of them believe that it will be easy to find a good job once they get a degree. However it is never that easy. A lot of grads spend years to find employment. It can be tough an depressing so you should start worrying about your career already in college. For instance it is possible to use MyCollegeEssayPapers to complete your papers and work part time to gain some experience and understanding. Maybe you will settle with your career choice.