The National Center for Education Statistics found that in 2014 more than 3 million people were expected to graduate college (with an associate’s degree, bachelor’s degree, master’s degree or doctor’s degree) .
While many of these new grads will find jobs immediately, for some, it may take a while.
When you are in school full-time, and you are working full-time, what you need the most in the day is more time. Both your job and education require constant attention, and then there are other areas that take your time also. Driving time between classes and to your job, taking care of your home and then finding the time for essentials like enough time to study are the three main areas. Juggling this kind of schedule is challenging, which you should know upfront, but it is completely doable if you prioritize and get organized.