Drinking wine in my childhood bed getting ready to go to sleep in order to wake up for my menial temp job. Thanks, college degree, I can handle the real world.
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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.
Join the Army. Always a good career move.
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.
What kind of sheets? Please let them be Care Bears. . . Care bear, stare!
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!!
Advise, travel, travel and travel til you find a nice and don't be ashamed to find a roommate.
You losers make fun of us engineers for 4 years and we make fun of you for 40. Lols.
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.
Unless you want to be a doctor, lawyer, teacher, engineer or scientist college is worthless. Except for the parties.
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.
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.
Save it for FML.
I don't even remember what went to school for... lol... I don't even remember school.