Money & Career

Best advice for grads

Best advice for grads

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Money & Career

Best advice for grads

"Enjoy life—it goes way too fast. Choose a career that doesn't seem like work." —Faith Schneider

"Don't be afraid to expand your options or fail. If you haven't failed you haven't tried." —Sherri McLean

"This is going to sound harsh, but it's the truth. Expect to start at the bottom; having a degree doesn't entitle you to $20/hour, full benefits and four weeks vacation.... Don't worry, you'll get to your dream job, you just have to work for it." —Christine Monk

"Listen to your parents' advice; they have been there!" —Erin Millie

"If you have ever wanted to traveldo it! And do it now, before life gets in the way." —Susan Murley

"Everything will look different when you're 40, so enjoy your youth. And wear sunscreen." —Michelle Maurice
"I would say don't put off today and think you are going to do it tomorrow. Tomorrow always get pushed off to tomorrow." —Dana McVey

"Success is not about how much money you make or how big your house is etc. Success in life is what you give back to the world. Reach out and make a difference." —Brenda Lee Bensley

"Try your hardest to get working in a field you love and pay off any student loans as fast as you can! Don't let the interest kill you!" —Jen Grant

"It's OK not to know what you want to do with the rest of your life. Live life to the fullest, take chances and do whatever makes you happy." —Krista Gould

"Be respectful and smile and be kind to others, and you will be successful in all you do." —Jill Winger Monforton

"Chase your dream, not someone else's dream for you." —Mary Payton

"Don't fret! Everything eventually falls into place." —Norma Pocecco

"Stay focused on your goal(s) and show thanks to those who helped you reach this milestone!" —Janet G. Daniels

"Pat yourself on the back. You did it! :0) " —Josee Payette
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