Like many liberal arts majors, after graduation I had a difficult time turning my English degree into a job that required it. I continued the retail sales job I’d had in college, sending out scores of resumes and interview requests in the evenings and on weekends. Finally, I landed a spot as an assistant to the public relations and development director at an inner city non-profit that worked with the physically challenged and socially disadvantaged. It was a wide-ranging ...
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