This article was written by Crystal Washington, author of The Social Media WHY, on behalf of the Happy Grad Project. Blame it on the economy, universities, parents, or Millennials themselves—more and more college graduates are “graduating” to unemployment and underemployment. While the numbers are at record highs, the issue itself is not new. Every past graduating class contains superstar students who land their dream jobs, while others find themselves grasping at straws. Related: How To Leverage Your Alumni Network To Get A Job Interestingly enough, the “successful ones” are not always those with the highest grades or stellar performance. What set’s these students apart?