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Proof No One Knows What The Hell They're Doing And Why That's OK

Don't worry, everyone's making it up as they go along too. Our friends over at FYA want you to know that it's going to be ok and that they're here to help you figure it all out.

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Ever feel like sometimes you're tripping and losing all hope?

That's OK – we all get like that sometimes. Because the world's changing so damn fast.

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All our faces.

Work-life is changing super fast too. It's not like it used to be, where you'd have one job for 30 years.

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Now you're going to need to be ready to have 17 jobs over five careers. So don't feel bad for changing your mind now and then.

Some schools haven't even figured out how to deal with that sort of change yet either...


We're all catching up.

...with coding only becoming part of studying recently but still not being deemed as important as it should.

Because everything's going digital.

Because everything's going digital.

And we have not forgotten there's also that BS of "You need a minimum two years of experience" just to get experience!

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Wut? Almost 50% of entry-level jobs are going to go within the next two decades. So we're all trying to figure that one out.

The cool thing with the way the world's going though and with the kind of jobs you could be doing, well, you could be working in one city today...

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...and another city or overseas the next.

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Everyone gets those "Oh jeezuz what am I doing, what am I doing" butterflies.

Making new friends all over the world.

So, yeah, no matter how freaked out you get about everything...

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...just remember: deep breaths, just be yourself, and do your thing. Because everyone's trying to figure it out too. / Via

Even this lil' guy has to put pants on one leg at a time.

Check out Foundation for Young Australians. They're here to help inspire you, back you up with what you want to do, and connect you to the right people or community to get things done.