What Should You Do After You Graduate?
Let's face it, you excel with structure, and college wasn't even challenging enough for your brilliant mind. Set your intellect to work in grad school, where you can stimulate your brain with a myriad of new ideas. Law, medicine, literature, business — the world is your academic oyster. Dive in!
Do you hear that? It's the shores of a faraway land calling you home. Maybe you're feeling a little bored where you are, or maybe you just want a bona fide cosmopolitan adventure. Either way, consider packing up your stuff and taking on a whole new worldview overseas; your life truly will never be the same.
You're a free spirit, and life's too short to stuff yourself in a boring corporate box. Now's a great time to throw caution to the wind and look into lion taming, sword swallowing, or any other crazy skills you think you could nail. Now all you have to do is... convince your parents.
Start making a list of venture capitalists to charm, because your post-school plans should definitely set you on a fast track to Silicon Valley. Why be indebted to someone else when you can be your own boss? All you have to do is learn to code and figure out what the next Facebook is. You know what's cool? That.
You're an old soul, so you should probably quit while you're ahead. Honestly, what sounds better than going to bed at 9 p.m., getting up to watch "The Price is Right," then chasing that with a nap? You were destined to swing between palm trees in a hammock.
Combine your love of entrepreneurship and delicious salt-covered snacks by opening a pretzel stand. Think of the possibilities! You can make stacks on stacks on stacks by becoming the youngest pretzillionaire in the world AND have free access to a range of delicious dipping sauces.
*probably don't trust me