Originally Posted by Bubby Brister
ah, i graduated from a nescac school this past spring. funny how those liberal arts degrees leave you able to do a little bit of everything...the hard part can be deciding what exactly to do with it.
good luck man.
Thank you, I picked a poor time to enter the job market. The real problem with a liberal arts degree is that one can earn it without acquiring any tangible skills. I' ve had a strong education that has resulted in an extremely cultivated mind, but the most specific skill I have acquired is 'I write well'. I feel as if I have the potential to excel in a wide range of fields but that this potential can't be unlocked because I lack real experience at doing anything other than attending school.
Again, for anybody who may be reading this, I am interested in job or internship offers in nearly any field. CV available on request, you won't regret recruiting me.
EDIT: I have no illusions about the pay that entry level jobs offer, I really am interested in ANY offer (even unpaid internships)