Our career paths seem so cut and dry when we're children. When asked what we want to be when we grow up, our responses are simple: teacher, firefighter, doctor. But as we grow up and head to college, we're exposed to all sorts of other career options in fields we never have had exposure to in a direct way. While we work to earn degrees in fields we're interested in pursuing, we're still left a bit unprepared for the corporate world upon graduation.
Here are 10 facts your college degree didn't prepare you for when graduating:
Source: US News
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