Graduating? Freaking out? Then read this…

As your fingers start to get numb from typing all your last minute essays and your brain is starting to lose space from studying, you slowly begin to realize that the school year is about to end, as is your university education. You’ll be ready to take that step into the ‘real’ world, a place not yet discovered. A
mild panic sets in at the thought of finding a job, a job that you can call your career.
It is all in the way you perceive the job hunt that will set you on the right path. According to Andr


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