Tag: Post-Grad

Why it’s Okay if You Still Have No Idea What You’re Doing After Graduation

Why it’s Okay if You Still Have No Idea What You’re Doing After Graduation “What’s your plan for after graduation?!” There it is–every college student’s favorite question. Whether it’s relatives, family friends, professors or peers, having to explain or express your uncertainty to people never gets easier, and can definitely feel very defeating. No matter how annoying it can be to…

What to Do After College When You Have Multiple Strong Interests

What to Do After College When You Have Multiple Strong Interests Graduating college is a big deal. That’s why we decorate our caps and celebrate four years of stressful classes, growing friendships and late night partying studying. Even though we’re in the middle of a pandemic, those final moments of transition to the real world are still a big deal—and after the festivities end and you…

9 Steps To Take When Creating Your Post-Grad Budget

After a bittersweet graduation and an extensive job search, budgeting may be the last thing on your mind. But despite what your college lifestyle may have led you to believe, you’re more responsible for your finances now than ever. Your post-college expenditures won’t just consist of late-night library vending machine raids and beach week martinis, but also rent, utilities, insurance and,…

How to Land an Entry-Level Job When You Think You Might Not Have The Experience

Maybe you’re a fresh graduate, or maybe you’re simply seeking a career change, but it always stings when you scroll through Indeed and Glassdoor only to stumble across the words: “five years of experience required.” For an entry-level position, this is all backwards. How are you, a person with minimal experience, supposed to land an accesible job with a basic resume? Now comes the period…