New graduates hardly know where to start. Some do not start. They do not even take advantage of their college's career development services.
According to Lawrence Danks, it's often been said that those who do not plan for their future won't have one. You will have one of course, but maybe not the type you were hoping for. The best way to have a good future is not to become the victim of circumstances, but to do what needs to be done to be successful. This is not the time to procrastinate or to do less than you're capable of. Your future starts now. What you do today creates your tomorrows.
Lawrence takes us through a series of considerations within his extremely valuable discussion. Read more at http://informationanthology.net/CareerMentor/For-College-Students.html.