By Susan Ricker
Graduation was only a few months ago and yet your alma mater is already sending you alumni donation requests, it's been less than ideal moving back in with your parents and any graduation money that you got was burned through a long time ago. (Why did that new collector's pack of DVDs seem so cool at the time?) However, the upside to all this is getting your first job after graduation, and along with this new life comes some challenges -- one of the biggest being understanding your new boss.
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