It's a Wonderful (Student) Life
The past several years have certainly been challenging for new college grads. A survey of students who graduated between 2006 and 2011 conducted by Rutgers University found that just over half of respondents have full time jobs today. The outlook for this year's grads, however, may be looking a little brighter. Our report on the entry level job outlook shows some positive signs – and new grads can get inspiration on where to look, with our story on the biggest entry-level employers.
All of that "real life" stuff can wait, however. Below, check out just how different student life and professional life can be. Somehow, the grass always seems greener on the other side...
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