It’s the time of year when spirited young women and men graduate from the joyous, beer-soaked, afternoon-napping-allowed world of college and enter the soul-crushing, coffee-soaked, afternoon-napping-frowned-upon world of work.
I kid, of course — graduates, you’ll love the real world! (No, you won’t. … Return to school immediately. … I haven’t had fun in 20 years. PLEASE TAKE ME WITH YOU!!)
As most of you know, the first post-graduation step is to get the throw-up off the shoes you rented for your graduation ceremony. The next is to get a job, which is unfortunate because there aren’t quite as many of those as there used to be.
I consulted with job search experts and business owners to come up with some pragmatic tips for young job seekers — not the “add some zazz to your resume!” or “make sure to wear a power tie” type of advice. Concrete, sensible stuff that fits the modern business world.
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