A few students have been bugging me about CVs, resumes, and the general pain-in-the-ass that is trying to get a meaningful job after graduation. Considering how much hot air is being generated by academe on the topic of degrees and employability in the importance of getting a (good) job, it should come as no surprise just how little is actually… Read more →
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