Break out of the unemployment cycle.
You’ve heard that humanities and liberal arts degrees will lead to nothing but barista jobs?
You heard wrong.
Discover how humanities and liberal arts graduates around the world have forged successful careers—and how you can, too.
The flooded job market isn’t your fault.
You didn’t “choose wrong,” either.
Are liberal arts degrees really "useless?"
Liberal arts students earn as much as professional program graduates on average, and tech companies are hiring them now more than ever. The research is in: here’s what it says about the liberal arts.
Is college even worth it anymore these days?
Actually, yes. You’re likely to earn an additional $1,000,000 over the course of your working career if you get a bachelor’s degree. Here’s what the data says on college degrees and your lifetime income.
Can't find a job? Depressed? Here's why it's not your fault.
Millennials are the most educated generation in the history of the world, but they’re also impoverished. Here’s why that happened and how it’s affecting your job search negatively.
You’re not alone.
There is a way to get a job and build your career.
Hi, I’m Andrew.
I’m the liberal arts graduate who found a job with a history degree. You know, the kind your professors mention nervously when you ask them about viable job prospects in your third or fourth year.
It was an uphill battle, but I did become a skilled professional. There was no road map. It took 9 months of unemployment, trial, and error.
I just wish I’d had this site to show me the way when I needed it.
That’s why I created the Employed Historian. So many people question what you’ll do with a history degree, yet here I am with a career that I love and a freelance brand that I can take with me wherever I go.
You can do it too. You just need dedication, a growth mindset, and someone who has really lived through the challenge you’re facing right now.
This one’s for you.
I ended the unemployment cycle.
Follow this road map, and so will you.
Done with never hearing back?
Done with unemployment shame?
Done working for minimum wage?
Ready to start your life?
Give yourself the strategy and the tools to level the playing field. Turn yourself from “just another graduate” to a hard-hitting, competitive entry-level candidate for the jobs you really want.
Discover the real (and employable) value of your liberal arts or humanities degree.
Raise your career game.
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