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Introducing The Happy Grad Project

You’ve always been told college is the best time of your life, and everything changes once you’ve graduated and set foot into the “real world.” The “real world” has always had this scary, negative connotation to it. But why? - 1.6 million undergraduates expected to graduate in 2014 - 44% of recent grads are underemployed - 2013 grads average $35,200 in college-related debt - 36% of young adults ages 18-31 live with their parents

Here's what some students are saying about finding a job after college.

The Happy Grad Project will unite recent grads, encourage them to get excited for their next step, and prepare them for their life and career.

FREE E-Book!

Our e-book, "The Recent Grad's Guide To Getting A Job," is full of great tips, tricks, and practical advice for recent grads on the job hunt.

Click here for job search tips!

Live Webinars

Each week, we're featuring a LIVE webinar that's specifically for recent grads. We also have weekly LinkedIn classes for you, too!

Click here to meet our contributors.

Happy Grads

There are tons of recent grads who leave college with a bright and optimistic future. Find out what makes them happy about life after college.

Click here meet real happy grads.


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