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19 Things You’ll Miss About University When You Have a Full Time Graduate Job

When you’re working full time as a graduate, there are many things you end up missing about being a student.

1. Not feeling under pressure to dress to impress all the time.

What do you mean I need to be smart-casual every day? What does that even mean?

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2. Spending all of your student loan and not caring about paying it back.

Now it’s just another thing eating into your wages.

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3. Going out every night despite needing to get up early.

“I’ll be fine.”

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4. Your body being able to handle an obscene amount of alcohol.

These days you can barely have a glass of wine without needing a nap.

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5. Skipping your responsibilities for the day because you partied too hard the night before.

And thinking that this was a valid excuse.

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6. Napping whenever you feel like it.

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7. Domino’s at any and all times of the day and night.

And knowing that everyone else will be 100% on board.

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8. Student discount.

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9. And student nights out with free entry and the cheapest of drinks.

Because you can now only go out on the most expensive night of the week.

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10. Living with your friends and always having someone to hang out with.

You can’t really persuade your co-workers to stop working and watch another ‘Come Dine With Me’, can you?

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11. Knowing that if you mess up on an assignment it’s not potentially the end of your university career.

Can I not resit?

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12. Preparing for things at the very last minute and not really being judged for it.

You can’t get away with that any more.

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13. Living independently but without *real*, adult responsibility.

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14. And knowing you can still fall back on your parents.

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15. Not having to pay taxes.

You feel you should still be exempt from this, actually.

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16. Being able to just stop working and leave if people around you are being annoying.

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17. Or vent to your friends because they’re in the exact same situation.

Now everyone’s doing different things and you feel like you can’t complain to your workmates.

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18. The crazy amount of time off.

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19. And thinking of work as something you might do later. If you feel like it. And once you’ve finished this next Netflix episode.

If only. 😰

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