When we speak of the “American Dream” we say words such as, opportunity, hustle, hard work, success, upward social mobility, guarantee, and higher education. It’s expected that if college graduates work hard in school and hustle to find a job they will earn a successful career and live a life of upward social mobility. The American Dream acts as a guarantee that citizens have an opportunity for success if they possess skill, ability, and work hard, but it's not always this simple. The American Dream doesn’t always end as expected with the big job and big house, sometimes it means being able to afford supporting a family or taking a lower paying job to gain experience in the career of your dreams. These are images of people in our lives who have endured this journey of college and job searching. The American Dream just isn’t as predictable as it used to be and it has many meanings, interpretations, and results, each of which will differ for every person.