How Working for Asset Living Prepared the Class of 2022

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June 8, 2022

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Congratulations #TeamAsset class of 2022! Preparing for life after college can be both exciting and daunting, but for those Asset Living employees who are recent graduates, they are entering this chapter of their life with a newfound sense of confidence. Gaining work experience with the fourth-largest property management company in the nation offers students an opportunity to connect, learn, and put into practice skills that will give graduates an immediate advantage of what they can expect when entering the workforce.  

To understand more about how working for Asset Living helped to prepare the class of 2022, we asked a few of those employees who recently graduated how their current role gave them the experience they needed for their future. Here is what they had to say:

Shyger S., Community Assistant

Texas State University Management Major & International Business Minor

“This job has helped me become more patient and outgoing, as well as more willing to take things head-on. When conflict arises, I try to figure it out the best way I can which has helped me find a range of solutions that I never would have thought of before. What I am grateful for the most is that Asset Living has helped build up confidence not only in myself but in how I speak to others as well.”

Gabriella G., Community Assistant

Coastal Carolina University, National Security Studies Major & Hospitality Resort and Tourism Management Minor

"I have learned how to market, go to housing fairs, and share my knowledge with others looking for housing. I have grown tremendously since joining the Asset Living family, and I am extremely thankful for just some of the life lessons I have been taught by people within all positions of this company."

Lamia M., Accounts Payable

Texas A&M University, Agricultural Economics Finance and Real Estate Major & Agribusiness Entrepreneurship and Financial Planning Minor  

“Working at Asset Living has helped me hone my time management skills. Not only working to complete tasks on time but also balancing working full-time while also going to school full-time.”

Maddy B., Community Assistant

Texas State University, Public Relations Major & Sociology Minor

“My role has allowed me to utilize and practice my PR skills. When giving tours and speaking with residents I can create meaningful and professional relationships.”

Jessica T., Assistant Community Manager

University of Oklahoma, Accounting Major

“My job at Asset Living has allowed me to dip my toes into the accounting field of work. It prepared me with experience and better knowledge!”

Juliette M., Community Assistant

Texas State University, Biology Major & Healthcare Administration Minor

“It helped me grow professionally and made my ability to communicate and build relationships with others within the work field even stronger! Most importantly, it taught me how great teamwork is essential to being successful. My experience at Asset Living has forever positively impacted my worth ethic!"

For more background on Asset Living, visit our about page or learn more about available career opportunities by visiting Asset Living’s careers page.

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