With all the graduations happening at this time of year, it’s time to start thinking about life after college. This can be incredibly intimidating, so we wanted to make it a little easier for you.
Sometimes too many words can overcomplicate things. Facing life after college is scary enough without getting confused by all of the terminology that comes with it. Fast Company’s straightforward line graphs make everything much more digestible.
Then, head hunter Nick Corcodilos gives honest, down-to-earth advice about what to do if you’re “too rich to find a job.” What?! Money can get in the way of your job search? Apparently it can.
And guess what! It’s not just you that finds writing those résumés and cover letters useless. New York Magazine presents science-backed theories as to why this “packet” of information is wrong when it applying for jobs.
Speaking of writing things, CollegeHumor gives us a look at the punctuation marks we really need. Morgan Freemark, anyone?
P.S. Want #realtalk advice about life after college? Check out Christine Deaker’s letter to recent graduates on the Huffington Post all about what you actually need to hear as you embark on this next phase of your life.