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Endless job application forms demanding references from your primary school teacher. The interminable wait for a response to an interview that you were guaranteed would ‘only be a matter of days’. Tedious internships where your value is measured in terms of photocopies made per hour. All-night sessions to meet deadlines set by bosses who seem to believe there are 35 hours in each day… Sound familiar?
As we’re learning, the path from university student to established professional is a dangerous one, fraught with the ever-present risk of falling into an unsatisfying everyday life routine. At a period in our lives when little seems certain and ‘career’ is but a vague notion in the distant future, we believe that it is important to SHARE with others our experiences as we navigate this new and rough terrain. Because sharing means not only confronting others but, above all, ourselves. Continue reading