Here's How To Deal With The Graduation Blues
Updated: May 20, 2019
Many students expect to obtain a respectable, decent-paying job in their field right after graduation, but is this expectation realistic nowadays?
Stressful exams, excessive coffee, possible home sickness and hefty loans; post-secondary education has been quite the ride for the last few years, but hopefully has, in theory, provided you with the exciting opportunities everyone says awaits you. Many students across the globe expect to obtain a respectable, decent-paying job in their field right after graduation, but is this expectation realistic nowadays?
Undoubtedly, many soon-to-be grads are concerned about what life looks like after graduation. Remember all that support when you left high school to transition to university or college? Those transition supports aren't so readily available and obvious now that we're getting ready to graduate from post-secondary school. These are stressful times, with many questioning where you will live (moving back in with parents? ) and how soon can you find a career-focused job (that you like!) to pay off your student loans. This stress can take a toll on your mental health and the ability to cope.
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