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: Part 4

In the fourth and final update of 'Experiences of Gradulthood' (for the time being at least), we have 2 articles written by myself, 2 by Joe, and 2 by guest writers. In no particular order...

Extra-Curricular Gradult: Learning a language - A bit of spare time on your hands? Want to spruce up your CV? Learn a language, there are many free resources out there.

A Gradult makes 11,000 calls - Joe made a lot of phone calls during his time at the call centre.

A Gradult at work: A year in the restaurant - Michael writes about his time working in a restaurant in Leeds.

A Gradult in (South) Korea - First we featured Dave Proctor on life as an English teacher in South America, now Christian Lapper is joining in the fun from Korea.

A temporary Gradult? - Does Gradulthood favour temping? Is temping useful? Written by Joe.

Where do the Gradults go? - Neal Wallace joined us to write about all things grad schemes, and much more beside.

The first three parts of this series can be found at the top of the page, underneath the definition of Gradulthood.

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