Many recent grads find themselves in a bit of a slump after school ends. Moving back home and figuring out the next stage of your life or looking for a job can be stressful, but there are ways to avoid falling into a funk that many refer to as “the post-grad blues.”
For her placement this semester, fourth-year Queen’s University nursing student Jacqueline McQuaig is working as a student nurse with patients on the multi-organ transplant unit at SickKids hospital in Toronto.
Student recruitment processes in accounting have become increasingly competitive. Sarah Whelan, a Queen’s accounting grad, just landed a job with PricewaterhouseCoopers in Toronto. After surviving the recruitment process herself, she has some tips for students following in her footsteps.