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    This is a bit of a rant...

    I Completed my studies and thought this would be the happiest time of my life starting my adulthood career.

    Things didn't go as planned and life taught me some hard lessons. I faced many failures and the worst few years of my life where I felt like i achieved nothing. I'm still in my early 20s and want to make something of myself. I want my own business on the side of the day job which I dotn5 feel allows me to have any creativity.

    I feel like no one in life shows you how to be an adult and make a career yourself aside from the traditional careers. I don't Know what to do but I need to start moving forward or I'm going to be stuck in this situation I am in.

    With the degree under my belt and storing work ethic I just have no idea what to do. I just wana do something. I ENJOY and not always take the route that everyone else takes. I just have NO CLUE what that is.... If anyone else has come out of such a situation would much like to hear to your thoughts.


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    You have a university degree, right?

    Teach English in a foreign country. Could be fun.
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    Do you have any business ideas? You could try an online business as it would have relatively low start up costs compared to traditional businesses.
 
 
 
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