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Got a Graduate Job? Here's How to Ensure You're Treated Fairly

The job market for recent college graduates is strong, and that means competition will be fierce for positions available. If you're one of the lucky ones who got a job, you know that means a lot of uncertainty for you. Working for another person is challenging enough, let alone working with someone you're not used to. 

To help make the transition as smooth as possible, you need to know what to look out for. There are a few red flags you can look out for when dealing with a new supervisor. If you're being treated unfairly, it could be because of your new supervisor. 

By learning how to spot unfair treatment and what you can do about it, you can ensure you're treated fairly and have a positive working relationship with your new supervisor or contact an attorney if it becomes too much to handle. 

1. Don't be afraid to ask questions

When you start a new job, it can be difficult to know what to ask. It's important not to be afraid or embarrassed to ask questions. Your supervisor is there to help and guide you in the right direction. If there's something you don't understand or need help with, don't be afraid to ask. 

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