It was April. My last month at graduate school. I was walking through the bright library searching for books to help me find a career with my English degrees (BA and MA in English). It seemed grim. Where do English majors end up after graduation? Teach? A proofreader? Teach? English BAs, MAs, and Ph.D.s really end […]
Hey gang, I’m very happy to today to share some expert career tips from Sarah Landrum. Sarah is a freelance writer and career blogger. She is also the founder of Punched Clocks, a blog for career happiness and success. I LOVE her advice that when employers talk about experience they actually mean something different. How […]
Last month, Selloutyoursoul.com launched a simple contest. Readers were asked to share the “best advice or lesson they’ve learned trying to find a career with a humanities degree.” I really encourage you to check out the full response. There were really some insightful, knowledgable, and unique answers that will help you if you are searching […]
You have an English degree. No job experience. And little career direction. Here are 10 practical ways to find a job with no experience.
This is a comprehensive career guide for English majors. Learn how to translate your liberal arts education into a profitable business, marketing, or corporate career.
English majors often struggle to find careers. Part of the problem is the misguided advice that they get from career counselors, selling the idea of education rather than practical skills. This article shows a productive solution for English majors looking for careers, relevant especially for MA’s and PhD’s in English and those seeking a nonacademic career.
To find a job with your English degree takes time, especially if you are career searching with a M.A. or Ph.D. This is my story about quitting my job and it shows you how aggressive action can help accelerate your ability to find Master’s and Ph.D. jobs.
Finding a career with an English degree takes time. This article shows how to speed up the process. It also shows you how reading book after book is delaying you from finding success and a job with your english degree.