You know that moment. You’re a few years out of school, you’ve had a job or two, live in an apartment, own a couch. The first couple years after college pass in a blur, and as your eyes finally adjust, you begin to understand the way work … works.
You have a job, but the career you wanted turns out to be the wrong career. Or you’re just showing up to work every day and you realize: you have no idea what you’re doing. Or what you’re supposed to be doing. Or how to find out. What skills do you really need? How do you get where you’re supposed to be?
Everyone has some version of this story — the story of your work finding you. The Devils’ Share asked Duke alumni on campus for a meeting at the Penn Pavilion about that moment — about figuring out what they were up to, and about how that moment comes — over and over again.