the wrong side of the bed

Monday, November 14, 2005

a real job

how does a person even apply for a real job? what do you do to get one? am i qualified to do anything that will actually enable me to have health insurance?
4:52 PM


I am interested in the answer to this question as well. I have the same questions about myself.
Blogger A+, at 7:27 PM  
Of course you are qualified for all kinds of jobs. Most jobs don't require any special education, just that you be smart and hard-working and able to work with people. Having a masters in anything helps. And being able to write well really helps. If I could become "Capital Campaign Consultant" for a major NYC social service organization with my undergrad degree in Science and Technology Studies, I think you can pretty much get whatever job you want.

The main thing is having a really good cover letter that dispells all of their doubts about your qualifications. You can always think of a way that, say, your experience organizing concerts in your basement translates into your capacity to organize major fundraising events.
Blogger AK, at 8:50 AM  
you can also look on for non-faculty jobs at universities.
Blogger Gwen, at 12:57 PM  

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