Job listings rarely read, "Wanted:
Philosophy majors specializing in Socrates," or "Calling
all English majors for top jobs at high-profile firm,"or "Were you a history major? Earn six-figures for
performing intellectually fulfilling work."
If you are a liberal arts major, targeting potential employers
and marketing yourself may seem a monumental, if not impossible,
task. You should have majored in electrical engineering, right?
You know exactly what kind of career you want. Your resume
is perfect. You've forced your friends to spend hours asking
you practice interview questions. Everything is in order -
except you don't know how to go about finding the job openings