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For most students, your first corporate job is a milestone that seals the deal on the college experience. You’ve hustled from class to class and library to study hall, you’ve completed the internships in between, all so that you gain the tools to find employment and launch what hopefully turns out to be a beautiful career.
American entrepreneur and co-founder of Apple Steve Jobs once said, “learn continually—there’s always ‘one more thing’ to learn!”
There’s a Latin proverb that says, “if the wind will not serve, take to the oars.” If you’ve ever hunted for a (new) job, you likely can relate. Of course, every workplace has its idiosyncrasies, but you need to find the “wind” that serves you best.
The debate between working for bigger companies or smaller companies is a big topic for a lot of college graduates entering the workforce—I’d know, I was recently one of them. Everyone has their opinion of which way is best before they take the job, and those may or may not change after everyone has spent some time being employed.