Have a ‘useless’ degree? This is how to spin it for employers

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Dorie Clark, who has consulted for Yale, Google and others, got a master’s degree in theological studies, and then saw her dream of becoming a professor squashed by getting rejected by all the PhD programs she applied to.

Clark wrote on Harvard Business Review about how others with master’s and PhDs in Classics, South American literature or philosophy can market themselves to employers.

Check it out.

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