No more weekday lie-ins, hangover sofa days or three-month long travelling "find yourself" holidays. If you're leaving university, then these are just a few of the culture shocks you find yourself dealing with.
But it's not all bad - if you do manage to find yourself a job, there'll be office parties *sound the free booze klaxon*, PAID holiday leave, and it means you'll savour every last minute of weekends.
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Unless you have them at the weekend. But even then, do you really want to waste your precious two days off slumped over the toilet seat, shivering? Thought not.
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Clubs in the real world have bouncers. Proper bag-checking, patting down bouncers.
That cheeky wink which normally got you through the doors with your hip flask? It won't work.
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In fact, you might struggle to get a job at all, and you'll realise you might just need to compromise for now.
News flash: there's a fair few other graduates gunning for jobs too.
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Say hello to your good friend, tax.
You'll be as broke as ever - if not more broke than you were at university.
Trust us, this will happen.
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Hello 25 days (if you're lucky).
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Who cares what they're for. THEY'RE FREE HOLIDAY
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No longer just a vessel for sleep, your bed will become your haven.
You will fantasise about your bed, you will long for the hour until you can retire to your bedroom.
Early nights are now cool.
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Office parties, work frolics, bank holiday shenanigans, meeting new people.. it's all pretty fun, and, after a while, you'll even start to realise it can be better than uni.