gra-dult-hood n.

1. A stage in life between graduation and adulthood.
2. Gradulthood often involves jobs that don't fulfil a graduate's expectations.
3. A term coined during the recession.

This week on Gradulthood.

A day late this week I'm afraid, I'll blame the treacherous snow that still hasn't made it to Manchester.

What's new?

Gradulthood update - Firstly, I'd like to remind anyone that hasn't read it yet to take a look at our review of life on the Gradulthood blog.

A week in a tweet - The same as usual really, a round up of the last week, written in the form of a tweet.

Adding string to your bow with Dave Procter - Dave Procter offers further insight into his Gradulthood life, this time talking about his experiences as an English language teacher in Colombia.

A Gradult in Glasgow: The return - Basically a review of my weekend away. Glasgow's cool.

A Gradult in Milan: The return - Similar to the above, but in Milan, and written by Joe Richardson. Milan's arguably cooler than Glasgow.

News Views: #demo2010 - Looking into Wednesday's protests, and the role of Twitter in the reporting of ongoing news.

Now that's what I call thrift - A continuation of our travel related articles. Nearly sponsored by Ryanair.

Full time Gradult - Joe writes about life as a full time Gradult, and the problems this poses to leaving Gradulthood.

NEXT WEEK: As ever I'm not really sure, but there will probably be around 8 new articles, and I'm still intending to write 'A Gradult (not) at work: The media industry' very soon!

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