Post-grad options

  1. Travel – If you have the money to spend, travel solo or with some friends with your own plan or using planned tours, such as EF College Break (for anyone 18-28 years old). Backpack through a country or two. If you don’t have money, volunteer to work for necessities. WWOOF provides room and board all over the world in exchange to work on privately-owned organic farms all over the world. Join the Peace Corps. You can also teach in Asian countries, where some companies even offer free accommodations and round-trip airfare, all the while getting paid.


  1. Work – Get a full-time job in the field of your career. Or get a part-time job, internship, or work freelance while doing something else you want on the side. You can also start your own company if that’s something you’re interested in.


  1. Go to school – Grad school is sometimes an option, other times a necessity. Depending on your career goals, think about attending grad school if you’re not sure exactly where you want to work yet.


  1. Abandon it all – Move to a different city and join a community you love. Find a job you can live off of and spend the rest of your time simply living and taking in the world. *This is not as easy as it may seem.


  1. Whatever else you can think of.


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