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In 2000 alone, more than one million people in their 20's left the safe confines of their American college campuses and entered the workforce or graduate school. Many had completed internships to get real world experience, or had rented apartments during their final years of school. But the vast majority of recent grads have lived in dorms their entire college career, or otherwise have little experience in living on their own, not knowing anything about what awaited them at the end of their walk across the stage at graduation. In short, they needed the information in "Graduate! Everything You Need to Know to Succeed After College."
"Graduate!" is a complete guide to not just surviving, but thriving and living well after college. It includes advice on finding and keeping a job, renting an apartment, living with a roommate, handling money issues including saving, budgeting, and credit, how to decipher health and auto insurance, and even how to decorate, cook, and dress. Chock full of checklists, questionnaires, and samples of key documents, "Graduate!" is the one source that college grads need to do well in the "real world."
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Kristen Gustafson is a 1998 graduate of Stonehill College, and currently works in the public relations department of a healthcare organization. She has previously worked in publishing and sales. Her writing has appeared in Young Money magazine and several online newsletters and publications. She lives in Bangor, Maine with her husband and stepdaughter, and is involved in a number of community organizations.Review:
"Advice on finding a job, renting, roommates, budgeting, credit, health and auto insurance, decorating, cooking and dressing." -- Mike Pulfer, Cincinnati Enquirer
"Gustafson, herself a 20-something, wrote the book in response to a few of her own rude awakenings after college." -- Laureen Fagan, South Bend Tribune
"Gustafson’s book gives a thorough rundown of ... survival skills every young adult should know." -- Selena Ricks, Portland Press Herald
"The book discusses the emotional issues surrounding the transition, as well as such nitty-gritty problems as stocking a kitchen..." -- Mary Giunca, Winston-Salem Journal
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Book Description Capital Books, 2002. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1892123282