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9 Biggest Career Mistakes College Grads Make

GOBankingRates Logo By Valencia Higuera of GOBankingRates | Slide 1 of 10: At the end of the 2017-18 school year, “colleges and universities are expected to award 1.0 million associate’s degrees; 1.9 million bachelor’s degrees; 790,000 master’s degrees; and 183,000 doctor’s degrees,” according to the National Center for Education Statistics. While some of these students will continue their studies, others will start their career right away.Class of 2018 graduates will take the skills they learned with them as they start climbing the career ladder. However, the journey to the top can prove more challenging than expected, especially when a graduate becomes guilty of common career path mistakes.Click through to see the career mistakes new grads should avoid to become successful at work and land their dream job.

9 Biggest Career Mistakes College Grads Make

At the end of the 2017-18 school year, “colleges and universities are expected to award 1.0 million associate’s degrees; 1.9 million bachelor’s degrees; 790,000 master’s degrees; and 183,000 doctor’s degrees,” according to the National Center for Education Statistics. While some of these students will continue their studies, others will start their career right away.

Class of 2018 graduates will take the skills they learned with them as they start climbing the career ladder. However, the journey to the top can prove more challenging than expected, especially when a graduate becomes guilty of common career path mistakes.

Click through to see the career mistakes new grads should avoid to become successful at work and land their dream job.

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