Follow us on the path to finding your first job out of college

If you’re feeling the struggle of post-grad life, our new video series “Graduated—and Unemployed” is full of laughs and job search advice to help you land an awesome job.

You did it! All of those late-night cram sessions, midday meltdowns, 20-cent noodles, and boxes of cheap wine finally brought you to the moment you’ve dreamed about: a walk across the stage, a handshake (and maybe a quick selfie) with the university president, and an empty document holder to call your own (sorry, but you’ll be waiting a few months for the degree to show up in the mail).

After taking that first breath of post-college air (followed by what was most likely a few too many celebratory drinks), you probably woke up the next day wondering what the heck you’re going to do now. Or, at least, that’s what your parents and everyone else keep hounding you about.

Because finding a job after college is, essentially, worse than any hangover, midterm, or breakup you’ve ever had, Monster’s newest video series, Graduated—and Unemployed, is here to help—and hopefully provide a few laughs for those all-too-real moments everyone encounters on the journey to a full-time job and a 401(k).

Join Jessica as she guides you through the post-college job hunt in the video above, and then click through the links below for more job search advice.

How to write your resume (and cover letter):

Resume sample for a recent college grad

Resume tips for recent college grads

How to get your resume noticed

Common resume questions, answered

How to get your resume ready for a job search

How to write accomplishments on your resume

How to use keywords on your resume

How to quantify your achievements on your resume

Action words to include on your resume

Skills to include on your resume

Resume critique checklist

For more resume writing help, get a free resume critique or have one of our experts write your resume for you through our partners at TopResume. Upload your resume to Monster so recruiters can find you, and then get your resume moved to the top of the stack through our partners at MyResumeAgent.

How to find a job:

Companies hiring entry-level workers now

What kind of jobs you should apply for

How to choose a career path

How to leverage your internship in your job search

How to use Monster to find a job

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