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Why Won't Landlords Take Visa? : Princeton Review's Crash Course to Life After Graduation - 01 edition

Why Won`t Landlords Take Visa? : Princeton Review`s Crash Course to Life After Graduation (ISBN10: 0375761918; ISBN13: 9780375761911)
ISBN13: 978-0375761911
ISBN10: 0375761918

Summary: Graduation is supposed to a blast, but the transition from college to the real world can seem rough and very confusing. How does one manage it? Take a deep breath, relax, and read this book. The Princeton Review walks the reader through this, step by step, and helps make sense of it all--from finding a place to live and a job to entertainment on a budget. Everything new grads need to know is in here, including: Exploring career choices and getting the best job Finding a place to li
ve--without going crazy The skinny on networking, internships, temp agencies, and other ways to get a foot in the door Eating inexpensively, without living on ramen and pizza Recreation beyond TV and dollar draft nights Working out a budget that new grads can really live with and tips for surviving on the cheap Alternatives to the 9-to-5 grind, from dot-coms and the arts to working abroad and grad school Taking care of opening bank accounts, paying bills, and getting insurance The Tao of home furnishing: selecting the essential pieces Contents Include: I Mental and Emotional Preparation II What You Want III Helter Shelter IV Good Food V The Practical Details of Living on Your Own VI Now That's Entertainment VII On the Cheap VIII Starting Early IX Where do I Find a Job? X How Do I Get the Job? XI I Got the Job--Now What? XII The Life of a Dot-Com XIII A Career in the Arts XIV Putting It Off
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Summary: Graduation is supposed to a blast, but the transition from college to the real world can seem rough and very confusing. How does one manage it? Take a deep breath, relax, and read this book. The Princeton Review walks the reader through this, step by step, and helps make sense of it all--from finding a place to live and a job to entertainment on a budget. Everything new grads need to know is in here, including: Exploring career choices and getting the best job Finding a place to live--without going crazy The skinny on networking, internships, temp agencies, and other ways to get a foot in the door Eating inexpensively, without living on ramen and pizza Recreation beyond TV and dollar draft nights Working out a budget that new grads can really live with and tips for surviving on the cheap Alternatives to the 9-to-5 grind, from dot-coms and the arts to working abroad and grad school Taking care of opening bank accounts, paying bills, and getting insurance The Tao of home furnishing: selecting the essential pieces Contents Include: I Mental and Emotional Preparation II What You Want III Helter Shelter IV Good Food V The Practical Details of Living on Your Own VI Now That's Entertainment VII On the Cheap VIII Starting Early IX Where do I Find a Job? X How Do I Get the Job? XI I Got the Job--Now What? XII The Life of a Dot-Com XIII A Career in the Arts XIV Putting It Off ...show less

Edition/Copyright: 01
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Publisher: Random House, Inc.
Year Published: 2001
International: No



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