Students face career angst upon graduation

April 27, 2008

Barbara Moses, a career management consultant, writes in Friday's Globe & Mail that recent university graduates and working twentysomethings are facing more career angst and confusion than young people did a generation ago. To reduce this confusion, twentysomethings will choose quick-fix solutions, continue on to grad school, or get married because they don't know what else to do. Parents aren't making things any easier; young professionals have confessed to Moses that they stick with jobs they don't like for parental approval. Globe and Mail