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.

Experiences of Gradulthood: 1/2

Each week I write a small post about what’s happened this week on Gradulthood, cleverly titled ‘This week on Gradulthood’. As a slight change to the schedule, I’m going to highlight the stories that we’ve written - or our guest writers have contributed - that are specifically about the experiences of Gradulthood.

In no particular order, here are the first batch of Gradulthood-related articles…

A Brief Prologue #1 - Joseph Richardson explains how he became a Gradult.

Gradult forever?Guest written by David McCourt about optimising the opportunities Gradulthood has given him.

A Gradult Abroad: Viva Las VegasJoseph writes about Vegas on a budget for the ‘Gradult abroad’ series.

A Gradult (not) at Work: The Media IndustryMichael Gray on the ups, downs, trials and tribulations of trying to get into the media industry. Well, sort of…

Career advice from Mick Jagger Pete Kelly makes it clear that he doesn’t like his job in IT sales, but he’s on a mission to do something about it.

Full Time GradultWhat’s it like to work in a call centre whilst pursuing a career in the creative industries? Joseph knows.

A Gradult Abroad: South America, Part TwoMichael has written about his time in Bolivia in part two of his South American adventure.

Gradults 0 – 1 The online applicationThe dreaded online application, does anyone actually end up looking at it?

Part 2/2 will be appearing sometime on Monday.

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