I’ve just finished reading the article (Recession-Proof Graduate), and I just want to say thank you. This article really helped me put some things in perspective, and it also helped me call myself out on certain ways of thinking and ways of doing that aren’t helpful.
I graduated from college this past May, and since then it’s been a struggle finding interesting work and at least some level of stability in my life. For a while now, I knew I needed a different approach, but I was just drawing blanks. Now I have a better idea of what I can and should do, thanks to you.
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Insightful deck and thoughts. I think this is applicable to anyone, not just graduates.
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This article really shows that you don’t have many post college experiences in the job market. Thanks for taking the time to write it, but I will say that I’ve read your advise before. I think the job market is a little more complex than you portray it, but thanks gain for trying to make sense of it.
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