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Wendy Wasserstein once said Dont live down to expectations go out there and do something remarkable The first step to the remarkable things a graduate can contribute to this world can be to move to a new location New York will be a great place for an artist to expend hisher craft Once settled into the new city finding work in the art field would be my next step One can consider a art teacher position if they are great with kids of all ages Someone may enjoy taking a vacation to a resort somewhere nice One might even consider seeing to beauty of Hawaii Moving working in the art field and vacationing are just a few things a graduate can plan to do after graduating from The University of North Carolina GreensboroAfter earning a degree in studio art one may decide to move first I always wanted to go to the west coast and visit California How beautiful would it be living in Los Angeles I would live the fabulous life in Hollywood It would also be great to live by the beach in San Francisco Staying on the east coast and moving to New York would be my second choose I absolutely love the fast pace city life so I wouldnt mind living close to Times Square in Manhattan I love amusement parks so living in Brooklyn not far from Coney Island would be awesome Last but not least I would reside down south in Florida Miami is so beautiful and would be a wonderful experience Youre never too old for Disney world so living in Orlando would be fun also I even to all those places sound great I would have to make a decision bases off where I could find workAfter the big move I would have to find some work in the Art field Being an art teacher seems like a fun job I would prefer
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