For university students, graduation is a term that can evoke low grade anxiety and a turbulent influx of uncertainty, yet at the same time, it can perpetuate an unbridled sense of liberty and relief. Graduation signals the end of an era and the beginning of foreign territory: full time work.
Will the freedom of leaving exams and assignments behind be overridden by micro managing directors, who entrap us with work that leads to 5AM finishes? And how can you navigate full time work smoothly? Is there a one size fits all way to avoid potential work place complications?
These successful university graduates tell us the key mantra that assisted them in surviving and thriving, in the competitive reality of full time work.