Get the free secrets to job searching with a humanities degree
Small confession: I spent almost a YEAR trying to get a job with a history degree as a recent graduate.
And I failed. At first.
It turns out there were rules to the job search game. I was just ignorant of them.
I started seeing better results when I figured out a few of these. Knowing all 9, I now see excellent results during my job searches, and I don’t even apply to more than a handful at once.
If you’ve ever been frustrated at not getting a callback or a second-round interview, then this is for you.
What to expect from your weekly career strategies
Each week I share a new topic on developing your career with a humanities or liberal arts degree. You won’t find these on Google (I’ve looked).
1 focused topic
Made for humanities grads
3-minute read time
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