Time Management or Managing Yourself in Time?

There are 24 hours in a day and 168 hours in a week. Let’s say you spend 8 hours a night sleeping, 56 hours a week . You spend 50 hours a week at work or school. After sleep and work/school that’s 106 hours. Let’s say you spent 15 hours a week eating, and 24 hours a week doing nothing, like relaxing, playing video games, and watching TV. That’s 145 hours!

You could watch 5 more hours of TV and would still have 18 hours unaccounted for. So after you slept, you worked, you went to school, you ate, you watched TV and you relaxed, there’s still 18 hours left.

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Is Achieving Success A Numbers Game

In the Spring an estimated 2.8 million college graduates entered the U.S. workforce with bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees. At a time when unemployment rates are still at its lowest level in seven years.
This generation makes up about 40 percent of unemployed persons in the U.S., says Anthony Carnevale, a director and research professor for Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce.

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