Confused about life after college? Don’t know what to do after graduation? If you are 22 years old, regardless if you’re graduating from college or not, there are two things you should keep in mind. The first is to acknowledge that you are entering some of the greatest years of your life. The second is that this is the moment when you don’t go practical—don’t take the “safe” route. This is NOT the time to get the job Mom always wanted you to get. This is NOT the time to try to maximize as much money as you can make so you can save up to buy a sick ride. This IS the time, however, to realize that you have a five-year window (three for some, eight for others) for you to attack the life that you want to win.

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29 Replies to “Business Tips: WHAT TO DO AFTER COLLEGE”

  1. I'm 21, I have a job for a month now. I know it's too early, but man, I really want to quit. I'm not happy with the job. Some of the people are toxic. It's just unhealthy. I lost weight because of stress and anxiety. I don't know what to do.

  2. Sorry to be “that guy”, but I think this should be taken with a grain of salt.

    It’s true, this is the time to take risks and I’d agree with him. But, it’s also the time to specialize in something. The people who really make it big, are the ones who are experts.

    You can skip the corporate game if you’re an expert and move beyond being trapped at entry level jobs which can happen if you only follow this advice and not get lucky.

  3. I’m a sophmore and I already have my future semi planned as soon as college is over I’m gonna move somewhere with friends we’re all gonna join the guard and invest our bonus and live cheap for a few years and maybe get some free extra college and if our investments don’t work out we’ll have options any input?

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