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You’ve worked hard to earn your Master of Public Health (MPH) degree. For the past two years, you have spent all of your spare time studying, writing papers, and participating in class discussions. But that was then. You’re now officially an MPH graduate. As you gaze upon your diploma for the first time, you are overcome with feelings of joy and accomplishment, as you should be. You’ve totally earned it. It’s celebration time! But in the days and weeks that follow the initial feelings of euphoria you felt when you graduated slowly fade. Eventually, they are replaced with something new: What now?
Transitioning from a life of academics to the workforce isn’t always as easy as it sounds, especially when you’ve been in “academic mode” for so long. For some, the change can feel quite abrupt and confusing when their daily routines are suddenly altered. Thankfully though, it doesn’t have to be this way. The following are a few things you can do to ease the transition from academics to the workforce. These things will help to smooth the inevitable bumps and decrease anxiety and confusion.
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