7 Things I Wish I Knew Before Starting My First Job

You've just graduated from University and you're already pressured into finding a job. With the stress of making sure it's a reputable company that not only pays well but offers amazing benefits, it can be daunting. Fast forward a few weeks (or months) of job searching and you've finally locked something down.

Naturally you're a nervous and excited wreck, with almost little to no experience, you don't know what to expect. There is the usual advice: make sure you're respectful to everyone, always be ready to help out, and you'll definitely be doing more than just your own workload.

But here's a little something we learned and think that would be useful for you to know:

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2. Sleep Is For The Weak

Yeap, all the memes shared on Facebook equals to real life. Once you start working, juggling a digital job that never sleeps while still trying to make time for your partner, family and friends. Your relationship with your bed will turn rocky. Thank goodness for long weekends like these, where you can recoil your love back to what it once was.

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