It's that time of the year for college seniors, and as some of our readers graduate, we're happy to collect some of the best Shareable pieces on post-graduate life. There's some good news and bad, but for graduates this is overwhelmingly a time of potential. And don't forget to stay tuned for the release of the eBook Share Or Die: Youth in Recession in June.
Cartoonist Jenna Brager takes a look at the upsides and downsides of graduation with her Post-Graduate Flowcharts of Misery and Pain as well as Limitless Potential.
For most grads, student debt is going to be a long-lasting problem. Read more about the education loan industry in Malcolm Harris's Bad Education.
Worried about moving back in with your parents? You're not alone. In "Flexible Lives, Flexible Relationships," Lauren Westerfield tells her story.
Graduated but not ready for the job market? Learn from Sarah Idzik's experience in "Unprepared."
- Don't spend money on graduate school application fees without reading Jenna's graphic essay "Who Needs An Ivory Tower?"
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