Graduate Job Podcast

In episode 51 of the Graduate Job Podcast, I am joined by Amba Brown, author of the excellent ‘Finding Your Path, A Guide to Life and Happiness After School’.  In this interview we explore her book and the different pathways you can explore after university. We touch upon exploring the world, starting your career, continuing your career to finding your own way. We delve into why you should set your goals once you finish university, the importance of setting off to travel, and why you should always be working on your own personal project. If you’re feeling stuck at a career crossroads and not sure which way to go, or have recently graduated and feeling lost, then this is an episode you won’t want to miss. As always, all links to everything we discuss and a full transcript are available in the show notes at   Right, let’s not mess about, and jump straight to my chat Amba Brown.


  • The different options and pathways to explore after finishing your degree
  • Why thinking about smiling could be crucial to your career path post university
  • The importance of momentum once you have graduated
  • Why a personal project could set you up for career success
  • Inspirational ideas to get you thinking if you are stuck at a crossroads after university
  • Why you should maybe think about grabbing a rucksack and setting off to see the world
Direct download: GJP_-_51.mp3
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