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  • Welcome to real life!\n\nI feel you, dude/gal. Although I have a job in my career, it doesn't pay near enough. I'm trying to figure out how I'm going to pay for an apartment. Without an apartment, I have to move back home and lose my job. But WITH an apartment, I know I'm going to go into debt. Lovely.

    Submitted by monicamischief on Dec 9, 10 at 1:25pm
    • Join the Army. Always a good career move.

      Submitted by irish_fighter13 on Dec 10, 10 at 2:39am
      • Yeah, no thanks. I'd rather be a little low on money than risking my life. Besides, I've heard that the those starting off in the army earn shit money.

        Submitted by monicamischief on Dec 10, 10 at 2:52am
  • What kind of sheets? Please let them be Care Bears. . . Care bear, stare!

    Submitted by soko on Dec 9, 10 at 11:36am
  • I can totally relate to this... I feel like my 4 year degree is worthless, considering I can't find a decent job in my field!!

    Submitted by carmencita on Dec 9, 10 at 11:57am
  • Advise, travel, travel and travel til you find a nice and don't be ashamed to find a roommate.

    Submitted by cfreymarc on Dec 9, 10 at 1:33pm
  • Unless you want to be a doctor, lawyer, teacher, engineer or scientist college is worthless. Except for the parties.

    Submitted by Mandalay on Dec 9, 10 at 6:08pm
    • Um, not really. For instance, I majored in English, and my current job requires this degree. If I did not have this degree, I would not have this job. If I did not have this job, I would have to work a menial minimum wage job. At such a job, I would REALLY be poor.

      Submitted by monicamischief on Dec 10, 10 at 2:53am
      • I was an English major too but I wanted to be a teacher. Go into any corporation and ask the workers what they majored in. Maybe 10% will have a job that actually relates to what they're doing.

        Submitted by Mandalay on Dec 10, 10 at 5:02am
  • You losers make fun of us engineers for 4 years and we make fun of you for 40. Lols.

    Submitted by rick_scott on Dec 9, 10 at 5:11pm
    • I know an 'engineer' who has been out of college for five years and still can't find a job--but nice try. It's pretty impossible for ANYONE to find a job today.

      Submitted by monicamischief on Dec 10, 10 at 2:55am
  • Save it for FML.

    Submitted by centre21 on Dec 11, 10 at 12:55pm
  • I don't even remember what went to school for... lol... I don't even remember school.

    Submitted by mhorger on Dec 10, 10 at 1:33am