Current college students, listen up: Don't take your time in college for granted. Because, when you enter the post-grad world, you also enter hell. Okay, that's a bit of an exaggeration, but job searching, living at home with your parents and/or working a minimum-wage job certainly feels like hell, especially after you put in four years of hard work at a prestigious university to get a degree.
The post-grad world is a confusing time for young, job-less adults. With every job rejection comes feelings of self-doubt, uselessness and disappointment. You start wondering: Why did I even bother getting a degree? And when you read stories about how most recent grads have jobs that don't even require a degree, this just adds to your annoyance.
To give you a glimpse of what it's really like in the "real world" in this economy, we gathered a few posts from the Whisper confession app. College grads shared their frustrations with finding a job, making money and using their (somewhat useless) degrees.