It's hard to find a job after college. You're applying here and there, and no one's biting. But it's not your fault. Employers are only looking at the skills you don't have. The fact of the matter is the business landscape of today is already dated and you're more suited for the job market of tomorrow. Apply your unique skill set in one of these in demand fields today!

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Not a skill? Then why doesn't everyone do it? Exactly. A lot of research and manpower goes into providing a constant stream of entertainment. You're a program director, a technical consultant, and when you factor in Facebook "likes" and Twitter rants, a very passionate Arts & Culture op-ed critic. All in one! Slow down you titan of industry! Now, you may not know how to "deal with people" but you certainly know how to illegally download all those terrible CW dramas that you pretend you don't watch!

Lucky for you there are countless bored millionaires looking to hire someone to get them the episodes of prematurely cancelled WB dramedies they desperately need. Sure, they're busy business leaders today, but just like you, they got there by laying in bed and watching a web-series about sexy monsters first. They know what it takes! So get out of bed, put on your fancy sweatpants and get yourself a job as a full time "Guy Who Gets Weird Movies and TV Shows for Millionaires."

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Maybe you didn't go to culinary school, but you know who else didn't go to some fancy shmancy culinary school? Your grandmother. And she was the best cook you know. The hoity-toity restaurant culture of today may not appreciate your unique cooking style, but that's because you're "about the food, man."

You're not here to grate a selection of something onto a shaved medley of something else which is then drizzled over a dressing of a third thing and then doused over a fine julienne of a fourth thing! That's too many things! How many things?! This is madness! If someone wants to Instagram a quiche they can go somewhere else. You're a culinary rebel and you're taking your talents to the burgeoning gastro-trough market!

That's right. The hippest thing in restaurant culture throughout New York and Rutgers University campuses is gastro-trough fair. There's a new type of foodie out there. One that understands the appeal of shoveling an assortment of slop into their mouth. They're less interested in "ordering off a menu" where they "get what they want" and more interested in "seeing what you stole from your roommates mini-fridge."

You're the future of the culinary arts world now. Get out there and share your gift, Chef.

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What's your favorite part about Snapple? The cool facts under the cap? Of course it is! You're a complicated genius! But there's an art to finding the right facts. A carefully choreographed dance. A dangerous hunt. Sometimes you can't help but wonder, are you the hunter…or are you the one being hunted? Ha ha! Unfortunately, that's an answer Wikipedia doesn't have! But you can find out when jeans were invented or how long it takes bees to make honey! That's some random fact gold, Professor!

Now unfortunately Snapple is a global beverage giant so they've got an unpaid intern to come up with random facts for them, but that doesn't mean you can't take your talents elsewhere. Perhaps to Nantucket Nectars, or a similar locale-fact-specific business such as Jersey Juice or Sarasota Soda or Milwaukee Milk or Adelaide Ade or Grand Rapids Grappa. It's a perfect fit. You've got a thirst for knowledge and they are in the thirst quenching business!

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Did you know that your mother literally prints money? Well she does. In exchange for bringing groceries into the kitchen or picking her up from the airport, you can enjoy the lifestyle of a freelance specialist. Let's face it, you're not a 9-5er. That's just not you. You need to see progress with each project you undertake, otherwise your heart's just not in it. And sure, sometimes you'll have to give up an entire afternoon assembling an Ikea shelf, or showing a cousin around town, but after that you'll have the down time to focus on your OWN projects. Like watching those CW dramas. Or recording that synth-pop EP.

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Sell weed.