How to Survive the Real World: Life After College Graduation: Advice from 774 Graduates Who Did (Hundreds of Heads Survival Guides).
How to Survive the Real World: Life After College Graduation: Advice from 774 Graduates Who Did (Hundreds of Heads Survival Guides)
by Andrea Syrtash (Editor) Hundreds of Heads Books, April 1, 2006
After the parties, the frat rushes, the Big Test and the Big Game, the caffeinated all-nighters, and the pomp POMP
A drug used in cancer chemotherapy and composed of purinethol (6-mercaptopurine), Oncovin (vincristine sulfate), methotrexate, and prednisone. and circumstance, life comes knocking. Finding a job and keeping it; renting an apartment or sharing a sublet sub·let
tr.v. sub·let, sub·let·ting, sub·lets
1. To rent (property one holds by lease) to another.
2. To subcontract (work).
n. ; dealing with your own money instead of your parents' money; looking for Looking for
In the context of general equities, this describing a buy interest in which a dealer is asked to offer stock, often involving a capital commitment. Antithesis of in touch with. love (and looking and looking ...): who knew how complicated the world after college would be? Nearly 800 contributors to this How to Survive book found out, and happily share their hard-won insights. This useful, upbeat book collects stories, tips, and advice on finding the best place to live, entering adulthood without losing passion, taking care of one's health, finding a great job, and not going home for the holidays for the first time. Covering both the psychological adjustments and the nuts and bolts nuts and bolts
The basic working components or practical aspects: "[proposing] of daily life as a grown-up grown-up
1. Of, characteristic of, or intended for adults: grown-up movies; a grown-up discussion.
2. , How to Survive the Real World is witty, practical, and the perfect gift for the nervous grad.