Thursday, March 29, 2012

Topics of Interest: Disenchanted Grads seem more common than you'd expect reveals article of Online Colleges


From all walks of life as young adults get into the real world there is a sort of disenchanment.
Young adults don't always expect certain things or are in conflict with the "adult world". In literature and movies as of recently it has become very popular. The idea of disenchanted grads in literature and movies reveal helpful insight to the topic. Showing how we all are part of a complicated web in life that's up to us to make sense of and ultimately find a purpose for ourselves. A very interesting topic to look into.


Online Colleges' Staff Writers had this to say:



College students who have graduated over the past few years have had a rough time of it. With huge student loans to pay back, few job prospects, and many forced to move back in with their parents, adulthood just isn’t the same as it used to be. Many may feel depressed, frustrated, or just plain let down by the current state of things.
While millennials entering the job market today may be having a tough time, they’re hardly the first batch of disenchanted grads to find the real world a harsher or more complicated place to navigate than they expected. Movies and books are filled with examples of young grads who found that growing up, getting a job, and figuring out just what they want to do with their lives isn’t as easy as they thought it would be. Here are some of Hollywood’s and literature’s most famous disenchanted grads, many of whom modern day students will find incredibly relatable to their own feelings and experiences.



With the post [below] check out some top movie and literature adaptations dealing with the topic of disenchanted grads.


Read article @ Online Colleges.net: 10 Disenchanted Grads We Can All Relate To
Also see: A Movie Review: St. Elmo's Fire (1985)-Appears in the article and seen & reviewed for the blog
[This article was put into notice for the blog in hopes of being of interest. After looking into it thought it was an article of interest.]

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