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
Wrong. Sure, your technically-trained friends
generally don't have much trouble determining which employers
to target and how to showcase their tangible skill sets. But,
with a savvy approach to getting a job, you are just as likely
as a computer science major to find meaningful work. And,
best of all, your liberal arts degree generally isn't limiting:
You have the freedom to do nearly anything they want.
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