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Bargaineering 2010 New Graduate Guide

Graduation Cake!

Welcome to Bargaineering’s 2010 New Graduate Guide! This entire week will be devoted to focusing on financial advice for new graduates. It doesn’t matter if you graduated high school, college, or graduate school, the information we present this week will help you get started on the right foot.

When you start working, you will be inundated with a lot of information. It’ll be difficult to separate the important from the mundane and the applicable from the irrelevant. I’ll go through a checklist of what new graduates need to know about real life. Many of these lessons were borne out of my own experiences, which likely won’t be much different than what graduates are experiencing today.

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2010 New Graduate Guide: Coming Soon!

Whoops! It looks like I jumped the gun a little in my preparation for a new series next week – the Bargaineering 2010 New Graduate Guide. I accidentally published the “table of contents” of the series today, about five days early!

The cat is a little out of the bag, as those who are reading on RSS will see the nature of the posts scheduled for next week, but suffice it to say I’ve been spending a lot of time the last few days putting this series together. With all the scheduling of posts (all of them are written, it’s just a matter of organization) I messed it up a little bit and let the contents out a little early.

The guide is designed for new graduates of either high school or college, ready to enter the real world, and hopefully you, or someone you care about, will be able to make use of it!

Keep an eye out for the introduction on Sunday!

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