What should a 23 year old fresh graduate invest in?

I am 22 years this year and a fresh graduate. Where should I be investing as a beginner, stocks with high dividends maybe?

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    If you are a fresh graduate, do you have a job? Find one first that pay a decent salary or begin a business that is profitable. I understanding from experience that both are difficult to do as it is before you consider investing. If you have a job presently, that is great because you can invest your savings with ETFs. Until you learn enough to do high dividend stock-picking. If you're looking for a passive strategy then you should consider setting up a globally diversified portfolio that encompasses your risk profile.

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