There are many books and articles written about management, supervisors, and employees in the workforce, which is great. However, there is not much written about high school graduates transitioning into the workplace.
Writing resumes, applying for the position, getting that interview, starting a new job, not knowing what’s ahead including working with the different personalities in the workforce can be intimidating to say the least. As the new “kid” on the block, they may find themselves at the mercy of their coworkers, supervisors, and management. Not realizing those high school days are long gone and they are now in the real world can cause some young adults to behave in a manner which may be detrimental to their future career path.