Starting to panic because you have finished college or your training program, but you don't have a job yet? As time passes, you're likely to start feeling like everybody else has already been hired, so it's natural for worry to set in. What should you do? What should you not do?
Category: Anne Krook
Choosing to major in any of the humanities disciplines brings with it many intellectual challenges and rewards. You learn a new body of knowledge, how to think, read, and write about it critically, and how to engage in disputes over its issues in productive ways. You also take on the challenge of justifying your major to your parents.
Your annual performance review is over. Hopefully, you have some new goals to work on and a few pats on the back to keep you motivated. Now what?