I am looking for a job, any job. Fortunately, I will be starting graduate school in the fall. I have already graduated with a BSc however and want to make the best of my time until it starts, saving at least some modest amount that'll cover for the eventual travel and first month(s) of living expenditures. I am in the tri-state area, fairly close to NYC, and have been applying for tutoring positions that did not require teaching qualifications, as well as through 1-on-1 tutoring websites but nothing has come up so far(only been advertising myself for a week). It doesn't help that my travel radius for tutoring is pretty limited as I don't have a car. I was interviewed by varsity tutors and think I did well, but I was told there weren't enough students in my area to advance me in the interview process (maybe a polite way of saying you're not that hot of a tutor, I don't know). I have also been applying to every retail and sales job in the area I've found, shooting for ones I thought having a BS degree won't automatically be considered as 'overqualified' (ie print sales consultant at an office depot-style place). Have not yet expanded my search to NYC. Considering the lowest of retail positions as well, which I did fresh out of high school, but one thing is holding me back from spending additional hours on online job applications with all the behavioral question torture it incurs. Should I be ommiting my BS from my resume for jobs like these to actually get an interview? What should I write to account for the past 4-5 years of my life instead without making stuff up? I would like to avoid having to be dishonest, but I am desperately in need of a source of income and don't have much hopes of making it through traditional company online applications if I am frank about my education.