Half of recent college graduates are either unemployed or underemployed.
You don't want well-intentioned platitudes about reaching for the stars. You want to know:
Should you go to college? What should you major in? Where are you likely to succeed? How can you avoid student debt? How can you find a job when more and more qualified people are chasing fewer and fewer jobs? How do you keep your job once you have it? Can you really improve your emotional intelligence?
You can follow your dreams, and you'll never work a day in your life. Because that field's not hiring.
Or you can get usable, evidence-based career planning advice.
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Patience Fairweather is a professor of management who researches and teaches in the areas of entrepreneurship, stereotypes, organizational behavior, and career development. Dr. Fairweather writes under a pen name because her real name is apparently so tricky it's even misspelled on RateMyProfessor. She has nothing against people following their dreams, as long as they know what they're getting into.