The following responses are from a questionnaire I gave to a statistically insignificant sample of recent Harvard graduates. The margin of error is in the double digits.
Sarah (All names have been changed). Class of 1993. Kirkland House. Social Studies concentrator. From Alexandria, Va. What she did after graduating: Let's Go editor; job in banking industry, magazine intern, sexy paralegal, hair stylist (best job all year), Yale Law School. Now she's a teaching fellow.
David. Class of 1995. Kirkland House. Economics concentrator. From Toronto. What he first did after graduating: worked construction. Current job: not applicable.
Ashley. Class of 1997. Mather House. History concentrator. From Norwood, Mass. What he first did after graduating: hung out at home for the summer. Current job: advocate in the Child Abuse Unit of the District Attorney's office.
Emily. Class of 1997. Mather House. Psychology concentrator. From Princeton, N.J. What she first did after graduating: went home and worked at a restaurant for the summer since his job didn't start until later. Current job: Women's National Basketball Association.
Michael. Class of 1993. Eliot House. Government concentrator. From Toronto. What he did after graduating: public service project in Toronto; later worked for McKinsey. Current job: independent management consultant.
Mimi. Class of 1995. Adams House. Social Studies concentrator. From New York City, N.Y. What she did after College: wrote for Let's Go France, worked in a bookstore and later applied to law school. Current job: actress.
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