Though it is true employers appreciate graduates with knowledge and experience in their field, research has proven year after year what employers want most in their entry-level employees are excellent communication, interpersonal, critical thinking and technical skills. So, don't count yourself out of a particular field, occupation, job or internship just because you have an "unrelated" major. Employers pursue graduates who will be the best fit for their organization and you just might be the person they are looking for.
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