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Podcast #51: Transitioning From College to a Full-Time Job

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Podcast #51: Transitioning From College to a Full-Time Job

Jess and Laura kick off today’s episode with a discussion about the current state of the housing market. It’s hard not to feel discouraged when the ability to buy a house is so out of reach for Millennials. What are the reasons for the current state of the market?

Then, the pair dive into the main topic of today’s episode: how to adjust to your first full-time job after college.

It’s hard to transition from college life, which is full of hour-long blocks, lots of breaks, and time to spend outside or on activities unrelated to your studies. Once you get your first job, all of that changes.

First Full Time Job

Jess and Laura talk about their experiences in their first jobs post-graduation, how they got through those challenges, and then provide some tips and advice for any new grads feeling the blues about their 9-5.

Listen to episode 4 (How to Show Up to Your First Job and Any New Job) and episode 16 (Does the “Dream Job” Exist?) next for more on this topic!

Here’s the article we referenced in the intro of this episode regarding the state of the housing market in Boston.

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By Laura Davis

Laura was born at the beach in New Jersey, but she'd be the first to tell you her childhood was nothing like Jersey Shore. Sadly. When she's not writing, you can find her reading on her beloved Kindle, listening to true crime podcasts, or looking up adoptable cats.

Outside of her 9-5 as a writer, Laura is the owner of Looks by Laura, an online thrifted clothing boutique. She's the co-founder of Adultescence, a podcast and lifestyle website about navigating that challenging space between adolescence and adulthood. And she makes a mean eggplant parm.

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