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Get dating advice and anecdotes from our very own Match bloggers on all things relationships! I didn’t even like what I was studying in school (art-related) and I’ve changed majors three times now.Besides, I’ve never been good at it, and university has gotten me depressed, which is why I dropped out.Craft a unique, attention grabbing profile that leaves them wanting to know more.Don’t be shy, showcase your interests, avoid clichés and boring descriptions and get down to the real you to stand out from the crowd.3. You have stories to tell, and passions to share, and things to talk about that are more interesting than the weather.

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The latter has happened to me twice: I called the employers to inquire about my application status and they told me that the person they were supposed to replace wasn’t leaving anymore (what the fudge, man????? My greatest dream is to be a novelist, but we all know how slim those chances are. Probably exactly what you’re doing — quit a bunch of jobs and gotten really frustrated with the whole thing. Here’s the thing, though: You’re probably going to have to work most of your life to bring in income.

Even for me to get a job in technical writing or as an editor/proofreader is hard because everybody wants you to have a degree with many years of experience. If I go back to retail it’ll be a few months before I quit again. Sure, it’s ideal if the work you’re doing happens to be something that you like and find fulfilling long-term, but that’s a bonus.

I applied because I thought that maybe since I liked the library, working there (and eventually working my way up) would be what I could do for the rest of my life.

But I’m one month in and dreading it like all my other jobs in the past. I am trying to complement this job with another part-time gig but as of yet, to no avail.

Be bold and send that first message or let them know you’re interested with a wink.