Graduation is over and you were so ecstatic because finally you’re done with the 4, 5, 6… years of struggle of beating the deadlines, following everything your professor says, pulling an all-nighter, skipping classes because you have a deadline on the next subject and a whole lot more struggles. You’re very excited about travelling alone and checking off your bucket list. But then one thing came knocking on your mind and do nothing but to crash all of your plans.
You’ll think about how life would be more difficult now that you’re already an adult, you’ll have bills to pay (Say Hello to SSS, PhilHealth, Pag-ibig), you’ll have to devote your time on hunting for a job, etc. I know that life after graduation is not going to be easy as 1 2 3, but you don’t have to panic. You survived 4 years in college, you’ll probably survive adult life as well. All you need to do is to follow these 10 tips so you could overcome your post graduation blues.
Wait for the RIGHT job
I know that we can’t be picky when it comes to job hunting, because we all know how difficult it is to look for a job that would suit your interests and the degree you took. I know you already want to use the hashtag #OfficiallyEmployed, but you just can’t because you can’t find the most perfect job for you or companies are taking so long to call you.
Do not rush. Do not immediately say yes to the first company that called you, especially if you don’t like the job that much. You’ll just end up feeling burnt out.