postcollegiate

postcollegiate

(ˌpəʊstkəˈliːdʒɪət) or

postcollege

adj
(Education) education denoting something that takes place after college or among those that are no longer at college
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But a postcollegiate job as a paralegal at an impact litigation group convinced him that lawyers could help people secure immediate needs so they could participate in longer-term fights for equality.
another selling point for hiring on would turn out to be this casual granting of the wish implied in the classical postcollegiate Dream of Autumn Return, to one more semester, one more course credit required.
As a pediatrician for over 40 years and as a postcollegiate football player, I do appreciate the sincere fear of major injuries to any child.
2012), often first seek counseling about their postcollegiate career options in the university career counseling center.
What can account for the feelings of despair and apathy that follow this milestone [of obtaining tenure], the pursuit of which causes us to invest not merely the years of leaching, scholarship, and--gods help us--committee work, but also years and years of postcollegiate education?
However, through this research other constructs were also explored, including experiences that HBCU graduating seniors anticipate in graduate school and the workplace, strategies on how participants productively respond to racism, and nuances on the ways graduating seniors are prepared for postcollegiate environments.
As Erin Dillon describes on page 57, a great deal of new information about postcollegiate earnings is becoming available from government and private sources.
And to recognize that everything we've seen these last few years, as the Oregon program grew again and the postcollegiate scene did, too, has been a steady progression.
Many studies document substantial differences in postcollegiate earnings across majors (Arcidiacono 2004; Daymont and Andrisani 1984; Finnie and Frenette 2003; Fiorito and Daufferbach 1982; Grogger and Eide 1995; James et al.
Additionally, approximately 40% of collegiate or postcollegiate (Cobb et al.
Taken as a whole, the constellation on view at MOCA Pacific Design Center resembled nothing more than the vacant, affectless exterior and interior spaces of a house in a new middle-class subdivision, owned--or rented--by a recently postcollegiate professional: furnished quickly and only partially, perhaps on credit; rooms littered with incongruous groupings of objects purchased on a whim and always branded, tossed aside, and forgotten without a hint of wear--consumption compounded.
Stress motivated drinking in collegiate and postcollegiate young adulthood: Life course and gender patterns.