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I’m glad I’m not a new grad

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This was the third Tech graduation I attended besides my own and my husband’s.

I listened carefully to Eugene Callens Jr., the keynote speaker, as he discussed why graduates should realize that they are entering the workforce at a prime time.

We are at the pinnacle of society with health care, human rights, etc. This is great news, sure, but there are some pitfalls that I don’t think anyone but a fresh graduate understands.

Most new graduates are alone.

As I entered the workforce with my “real” job three months after graduation, I felt somewhat like a fish out of water.

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