Now that I've been thrust out into the real world with no experience or qualifications to speak of - or at least working casually alongside people who actually venture out into the real world - I worry that I've done a dead-end degree which hasn't prepared me for any industry and basically renders me a useless, unskilled graduate. What the hell was I thinking? An Arts degree is clearly a luxury, and a waste of three years. Imagine what I could have been doing in that time - something more career-oriented, I'm sure.
Which is why I'm going to be doing a Masters in Something-or-Other next year.