If you’re about to graduate and enter the professional job market, you may as well know that the world you’re entering differs in vast ways than the one your parents witnessed. That doesn’t mean you should ignore their advice, but it does mean that you’ll navigate a new career landscape. Keep your eyes and mind open in order to determine the moves that work for you.Most millennials (your colleagues and competitors) are still psychologically recovering from the recent recession. This, unfortunately, has left millennials in a state of shell shock and risk-aversion that their parents never wrestled. As a result, the habits and practices of these young workers, and the companies that hire them, are changing. Here are a few trends to keep an eye on.