Dear Future Employer,
Yes. I studied Latin. Why? I'm not so sure about that myself. There was something about playing with Latin syntax and learning about classical society that propelled me to do it. And yeah, I'll admit that I was being flippant and just a little naive all those times that I said I'd just wait and see where I'd end up with a degree in Latin and that there was always education as a last resource.
But, Future Employer, what's past is past and we're both of us just going to accept that I've studied something that is practically irrelevant in today's society and that there isn't much for me besides Academia and education. Though I've pretty fine reading and analytical skills, I still can't read mathematical formulas to figure out economical stuff and I don't know the best way to organize a social media campaign or anything like that.
But I'm here and I'm willing to do practically anything to make some money. I would love to get a job someday, and I don't really care what kind of job. Only a half-decent salary is fine by me. Just as long as I can manage to rent an apartment with my boyfriend. You should see him, he's worth it to invest in me with a decent salary.
I have compiled a list of my skills for you to see if you have literally any job for me.
So please, dear Future Employer, if you are in any way interested, and feel the slightest bit of compassion for this confused little catlady who is pretty much down for any job because she just wants to have a decent life, please contact me.
Lots of love,
Your Future Employee
My name is Vera. I am a twenty-one year old student and catlady.