If you are a liberal arts major, more than likely you have heard this phrase a million times:
“So, what are you going to do for the rest of your life?” –– Concerned, Nosy Relative
I am here to give you all the tips and tricks you need to survive these questions by thinking about your major differently. You can study what makes you happy without sacrificing your future in the working world.
Today let’s chat about how to use the skills you have learned as a liberal arts major to get a freaking job.
Having a creative side hustle during the summer can allow you to create some much-needed income and give you experience as a business owner. Today we are going to continue our series about side hustles and part-time jobs that college students can benefit from. If you haven’t seen Monday’s post yet, check it out using the button below. Once you finish checking out Monday’s post, keep reading for more side hustle ideas.
The school year is almost over, and it’s time to start thinking about what you will be doing this summer! Set yourself up for success this year and start going after a side hustle! When I was in college, I ran this blog as my side hustle, and I loved every minute of it. Here is the first part of 50 different side hustles you can work towards while getting your education!
The art of the resume is crucial. You want it to be just long enough to pique your potential employer’s interest, but not so long that it is a total bore to read.
It’s difficult to get a resume down to one page, but it’s important.
It’s hard to believe that all the random, crazy jobs we have held don’t mean much in the grand scheme of things. You want to believe that all that time you spent working in restaurants or behind a desk in some low-skill job counts for something more than a minimum wage paycheck, after all.
The hard truth is that sometimes those jobs won’t make much sense to put on your resume, and that’s something that you will have to battle with. How can I make my resume pertinent to the types of jobs I want?
You create a resume with selected experience.
Creating this resume helps you focus more on the jobs that will impact your intended career path the most while avoiding adding the jobs that don’t matter as much. Today I am going to show you how to get your resume down to one page by focusing on the most important aspects of your experience.