By Sean Maguire
Call me naive but I never really thought about what I'd do after I graduated until this year, my last year at university. I had always stupidly assumed that it wouldn't be that difficult to find a job.
Come now and there's a growing realisation that offers won't be flooding in and that if I want to do something great - I'll need to use my iniative.
A bit annoying after having attended a university which constantly told me how employable I was.
Turns out not, I'll be dealing with human resources people - a name that wants me to murder people because it makes me feel like a fleshy mineral that's going to be exploited until I'm completely drained of wealth.
I'll have to go to stupid careers day getting business cards and 'networking'.
And then finally I'll have to weigh up my options and probably have to stay on in university because having a Bachelor in International Studies means absolutely nothing when there are thousands of Honours and Masters graduates lining up for the same positions.
Cheers to finding a chair when the music stops.
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