These days I work as a 'Marketing Assistant' for a niche IT Recruitment agency. I do a bit everything, really; statistics, SEO/copywriting, admin, organising conferences/marketing material, coughteachingIThowtodotheirjobscough and so on. My wage is atrocious (it's actually below minimum wage - but that's another story) but it's a stepping stone to much greater and better things.
Its all about the experience at the end of the day, you are gaining experience in various areas which can be just as valuable as academic qualifications these days.
Something i noticed after Uni was despite having a degree, potential employees wanted people with a couple of years experience too, so i never ended up getting jobs i went for because of that, despite getting some good feedback from the interviews i had.
Where i work at the moment i'm officially an IT admin, however as i work for a fairly small company i also get to do a lot of other stuff too. I created the companies website, run our various social networking profiles. I've also done SEO, E-Mail marketing and Graphics design.
I would like to think that could make me more employable in the future. Then again it could backfire as im not specialised in one thing. However tbh i would sooner do what i do now as i enjoy not doing the same thing every week, and enjoy learning new things in different areas.