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Graduated and On Your Own: Now What?

Fall is here and school is back in session but for many graduates, it's out for good. If you're a recent high school or college graduate, this might be the first time you're really on your own. Living away from home and paying for your own housing, food and other necessities can be a tough adjustment. But being on your own for the first time is a new and exciting experience and it offers a perfect opportunity to set yourself up for success.
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