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I graduated last year, and I'm now trying to find my way in my career. I'm trying my hand in both creative and academic paths.

My year was the first to pay the top up fees and we graduated into the recession. However I'm not gloomy and I don't want you to be. So I aim to offer practical and positive information on how to manage your money until you get that dream job.
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