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After years of painstaking school work and not-so exciting homework, you’re about to make that giant leap forward into the next phase of your life. Soon, you will make that march into young adulthood. You will strut down onstage with your cap and gown, receiving a diploma and shaking hands, symbolizing that you’ve passed high school and are leaving it behind.

But after the night of pomp and circumstance, or rather before that fateful night of pomp and circumstance, you wonder about life after graduation. What will be the next step, or series of steps, in your lifelong journey of independence and success?

Parents only want the best for their children. Teens want the best life has to offer. But since most of us aren’t born with silver spoons in our mouths, we have to take a different approach as opposed to obtain the success that we want. Here are a few options.

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