5 things college won’t ever teach you

You might expect to learn calculus, philosophy, creative writing and even a foreign language in college, but you likely won’t learn that experience is important and networking is a career requirement.

After getting so many questions from students about how to further their careers, Mark Beal, managing partner of New York-based public relations firm Taylor and adjunct professor of communications at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ., wrote “101 Lessons They Never Taught You in College” (published by CreateSpace, an independent publishing platform). In it, he dives into what college students — especially the younger ones — should know before and after graduation, such as the importance of gaining experience, networking and being patient.

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