Graduating students: don't listen to me; listen to these media pros

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It's an exciting time in the halls of the academy these days; graduation is near. And it's also a scary time, because graduating students are entering a marketplace in shambles. Old structures are crumbling; new ones have yet to figure out how to monetize. Ack! What to do? Get to work, that's what. Do something, for someone; build your networks; gain some experience; and do some good in the world. And listen to these guys, who feel your pain.

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Becky Miller Author Profile Page said:

Well if it isn't David K, PhD!!!
Congratulations on your move from Wichita, Kansas to Chicago! You write good stuff here!

Check out the progress of our renovation on the old bungalow at

I'll check back in from time to time.

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