My young professional advice

148534_4960687015362_1650253156_nKatie (pictured right), who runs the blog Ask the Young Professional, had asked me to a write a guest post for a series called Young Professional Advice from Friends.

The series consists of young professionals  answering the following questions: what they like most about their twenties, what they find most difficult about their twenties, and what advice they would give to fellow young professionals.

While I based my answers to these questions on my own experiences, I’ve known young adults who have shared similar feelings about being in their twenties (both positive and negative) in their 20something profiles.

It comforts me to know that I’m not alone in how I’ve been feeling about my twenties and that there are young adults out there who are experiencing similar joys and frustrations.

So please read my entry for the Young Professional Advice from Friends series: Young Professional Advice from Friends — David

And be sure to read the 20something profile for Katie, a production assistant at the Sesame Workshop: 20something profile: Katie

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About David

I'm an aspiring writer and filmmaker in my twenties. I also run a blog where twenty-somethings share their stories and advice on beginning a career in this economy. Check it out at http://twentysomethingsblog.com

Posted on August 18, 2013, in News & views and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Hi! I just wanted to know I nominated you for a Liebster award. Check out my post about it here: http://20somethingconfessions.com/2013/08/20/liebsteraward/

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