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Your Take: Tips for New Graduates

Posted By Jim On 05/21/2010 @ 7:05 am In Personal Finance | 18 Comments

Hopefully you’ve enjoyed this week’s New Graduate Guide series and, even if you aren’t a new graduate, learned a little something that you can use in your daily life. If you know any new graduates, or soon to be new graduates, I hope you can send them a copy of the Bargaineering 2010 New Graduate Guide [3] so they may avoid some of the mistakes and mis-steps I may have taken so many years ago.

As I mentioned from the onset of the series, these series are made all the better with your contributions. I’ve probably learned way more from you than you have learned from me (for that I thank you!) and today I wanted to read your best tips for new graduates. It can be as simple or as complex as you want, the microphone is yours and you can share whatever you think is useful for someone just entering the world.

What is your best tip(s) for new graduates?

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