Originally Published: Thursday, 27 January 2000 Author: Kristina Pfaff-Harris
Published to: news_interact_jobs/Jobs News Page: 1/1 - [Printable]

No Tech Degree? No problem!

Until recently, a liberal arts degree often meant a choice between a job in academia or a job flipping hamburgers for your local fast-food franchise.

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Until recently, a liberal arts degree often meant a choice between a job in academia or a job flipping hamburgers for your local fast-food franchise. With companies waking up to the idea that driving the public to a website and keeping them there is big business, Linguistics, Psychology, Social Sciences and other "humanities" type degrees are in demand. If your English degree has got you down, see "Recruiters' New Tastes" in the latest issue of Internet World magazine.




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