You graduated last spring. Spent your summer finding that first job. Planning for retirement doesn’t seem like a very high priority, not compared with getting a handle on your student loan payments, furnishing that new apartment, or making your car payment. Still, a little time spent sifting through your retirement account options will pay real dividends towards your future financial security.
It happens to everyone eventually. You change jobs. The good news is that you were able to take advantage of their 401(k) program. Now as you change where you hang your hat from 9 to 5 you need to make a decision on where you should put your retirement savings.