The struggles of fresh graduates

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YOU may ask someone who has recently graduated with a diploma or degree: “Are you working now?”, “Have you applied for jobs?”, “What’re your future plans?” and so on. As a friend or a relative, you may be concerned enough to ask them these questions about their future once they have completed their studies. But how many of us can understand the struggles each fresh graduate faces in the process of job-hunting as well as their anxiety in moving on to the next level of their life?

These fresh graduates may feel stressed out until they land an appropriate job, one that is related to their career goals and brings in a monthly income that is sufficient to meet the high cost of living.

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