On the Adweek Podcast: Advice for New Grads

Plus, Alex Bogusky returns to CP+B

Looking for advice on how survive your first job? We've got you covered. - Credit by Illustration: Yuliya Kim
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Our annual Graduate’s Guide to Marketing and Media is now live!

For the past three years Adweek had doled out advice on everything from working abroad to achieving that elusive work-life balance to networking without being annoying.

This year, we tackle some very 2018 issues, like creating a sick side hustle and landing an ad-tech job. Check out our full guide here.

On this week’s episode of the Adweek podcast Yeah, That’s Probably an Ad, we’re joined by staff writers Katie Richards and Kelsey Sutton to talk about how new grads can kill it outside of the classroom. Katie interviewed experts on the tricky subject of how to advocate for yourself at your first job and Kelsey learned some lessons on creating a side hustle.

Plus, Alex Bogusky returns to CP+B, Under Armour’s top marketing exec leaves for Nike, Walmart’s new campaign celebrates the chaos of parenting and Gillette’s “apology” ad from Brazilian soccer star Neymar leaves everyone fuming.

You can stream the episode below, subscribe via Apple Podcasts or look for us on Spotify.

@aneyafernando aneya.fernando@adweek.com Aneya Fernando is digital projects manager at Adweek.
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