There are people who graduate with degrees in liberal arts, humanities, and the so-called soft sciences. Although they have an arduous task before them in regards to finding jobs and/or establishing careers that are commensurate with their education. Oftentimes, such graduates had to pursue advanced levels of education such as a Masters and/or Doctor of Philosophy Degree in order to find even an entry level professional job. Those who elect not to pursue further education sometimes have to settle for temporary McJobs i.e. jobs that DO NOT require a tertiary education. A few LUCK OUT, obtaining plum jobs and/or careers.
What advice would YOU give a liberal arts and humanities graduate in pursuing a dream/plum job or at least a job that is commensurate with his/her education?
I speak from experience when I say this:
Be prepared to blow all your loan forbearances immediately.
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