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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jun 10, 2015
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I realize that this post is from last year, but I'd like to add my take on this for anyone else who may be asking the same questions.
First off, every person and situation is different, so it's hard to say if a person will have a hard time getting back to school after taking a year off compared to other people. I can only speak from experience and say that it did wonders for me. I was able to do some traveling with The Leap, volunteering, and a bit of work. It gave me some valuable experience and bit of a break so I could regroup and get focused.
Secondly, if you graduate a year later than your friends, chances are that the job situation and economy (depending on where you live) will not have changed very much at all. So, I wouldn't be overly concerned about the jobs not being there since they will either be there or they won't be and it's hard to forecast what jobs are available no matter when you finish school. I can tell you that taking the year off to travel and work made me a lot more employable because I developed some hands-on experience and transferrable skills, something you don't usually learn in uni since most of it is writing a million papers and attending lectures, useful for knowledge, but not always helpful in the job market.
Anyway, as I said, just wanted to share my opinion from personal experience. It's not going to be the same for everyone, but it's another take on the subject.
Posted on Nov 03, 2015
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Posted on Oct 05, 2016
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