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10 Times Michael Scott Was Every College Grad Trying To Get A Job

Because not everyone can get a job as the world's best boss.

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1. When you just graduated and feel like you're swimming in free time.

No more classes to go to? No papers to write? What?!
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No more classes to go to? No papers to write? What?!

2. When you start looking through job applications and realize that you meet none of the qualifications.

1-3 years of experience? For an entry-level job?
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1-3 years of experience? For an entry-level job?

3. When all the job applications start to pile up and you can't take it anymore.

If I don't look at the deadlines, they don't exist, right?
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If I don't look at the deadlines, they don't exist, right?

4. When all of your friends start getting jobs or accepted to grad school

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Oh, you're also moving to New York? Oh, that's so cool. I am so not jealous. At all.

5. When you start trying to motivate yourself but you're not even making sense.

Professors go on sabbatical all the time, and that's sort of what I'm doing...
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Professors go on sabbatical all the time, and that's sort of what I'm doing...

6. When you get your first rejection letter.

That's fine. I didn't want that job anyway.
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That's fine. I didn't want that job anyway.

7. When you start thinking about alternatives to jobs.

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You can do a gap year whenever, right?

8. But then you end up sending out more job applications anyway.

Can we skip the application part and just go straight to the rejection letter? It would save some time.
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Can we skip the application part and just go straight to the rejection letter? It would save some time.

9. When you start actually motivating yourself in the job hunt.

Because after all, you're so new to all of this. Give it some time, it'll work out.
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Because after all, you're so new to all of this. Give it some time, it'll work out.

10. And then when you actually get a job.

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And it was all worth it in the end!

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