5 Lessons You Only Learn at Work and Not School

1. Deadlines are loose and user-requirements are never well-defined

2. You need more than an end design, you need an action plan too

3. Be effective even when dealing with ineffective managers

4. You will never have all the skills needed

  • The lowest of which is never having used such skill.
  • The next is having used it before, but needing to read up on it to use it further.
  • The highest is having used it enough to not need to reference external documents.

5. On the social side, your circle of friends will shrink to the team you work with

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