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Things College Senior Are Sick Of Hearing

Senior year of college, people think it's the perfect time to give you unsolicited advice. They do it out of "love," encouraging you to change your entire career path and either "follow your dreams" or "do what makes money." We're 22 years old, cut us some slack! We don't need to have it all figured out yet. Next time you think about giving an almost-graduate some advice, just know that (despite our smiles) this is how we're reacting on the inside.

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"What are you doing next year?"

"What's your major? How are you going to apply that to real life?"

"Can I give you some advice?"

"You're going to be getting coffee people for a long time."

(When you make any claim about what you might want to do): "Wow, so you sound like you've got it all figured out."

"It's all about networking."

"You know that doesn't pay very well, right?"

"Ooh, that field is really hard to get into."

"I hope you don't mind having a job on the side to make money."

"So what are you going to do if that doesn't work out?"

"So, are you ready?"

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