[Chat/2018/117]

1.


For people who've already graduated from uni: how did your expectation coming out of college match up with what kind of work you got yourself into?

I want the red-pill about what to do with the rest of my life

2.


my friend graduated recently and he still works in the same store he worked in before he graduated

3.


What >>2 says happens pretty frequently.
I am a grad student boy, so I can't really tell you from personal experience, but I've heard if you have a humanities degree, you either do nothing or apply at a bunch of places and work doing something at best tertiary to your interests (but well-paid).

If you do something brofessional or STEM, I believe job hunting is still the real deciding factor, except you shouldn't just decide out of nowhence that you want to be a journalist/HR Manager/generic office boy at a logistics firm/literally any random shit. Instead,
>find job
>get job
>buy house
>get married
>procreate
>be happy
>work
>die