Leslie DThe most important thing I learned over several decades is that you must bring creativity to the job at hand because once a job is called creative, it usually isn’t at all.
Michael MusgroveI learned all that, too. But it's hard to put that on a resume and sell it to a business is my point. I was a good commodity. And as a commodity See moreI was a dime a dozen. There are a LOT of liberal arts students out there looking for positions, and a lot of them end up doing anything, not what they want to do, because their degree and/or major was so general. I've met CEOs of Fortune 500 companies who were English majors(like MET Life, for example), and I've met English majors who have found a fulfilling profession. But those are the outliers, not the rule.