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: 2/2

Here’s the second part of our round-up article ‘Experiences of Gradulthood’ (read part one here). Basically this provides a summary of all the articles written by ourselves and by our lovely guest writers, that are specifically about the highs and lows of Gradulthood.

Again, in no particular order...

A Brief Prologue #3James Holt introduces himself, and wonders whether he should become a pilot.

Gradults 0 – 2 Job sitesJob sites, does anyone ever actually get a job from them?

A Gradult abroad: Cycling the USADave Procter decided to cycle from L.A. to New York. He wrote an article about it for us, and also recorded more thoughts about his journey over at

A Gradult abroad: South America, part onePeruvians eat Guinea Pigs and other similar tit bits as Michael writes about his time in South America.

A Brief Prologue #2 Alcoholics anonymous style confessions of a voluntarily unemployed graduate.

Adding string to your bow with Dave ProcterOne of regular guest writers offers his thoughts on teaching English abroad.

Congradulations – “22 Grand job in the city”, as good as it sounds? Oliver Kenyon tells all (now with a blog of his own at

The contradictions of Gradulthood.Natalie Stanton writes about her two jobs, long hours, and the contradictions of Gradulthood.

A Gradult at work: The call centre An insight into Joseph’s life at the call centre, with the five callers you can expect on an average day.

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