5 Things You Shouldn’t Say to a Recent College Graduate
“The Economy Has Been Bad Before. You’ll Get Through It.”
Grads are realistic, so don’t offer them empty platitudes or assure them that things will get better in a few years. They’re
concerned about what they can do right now to jump-start their careers. I suggest they spend time making their profiles on LinkedIn and Facebook appear as professional as possible. That’s where employers are looking for new hires these days.
Nancy Shulman is a recruiter for the accounting firm Ernst & Young in Washington, D.C.
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