In this way, business differs from other potentially lucrative fields—such as engineering and medicine—that require specific undergraduate training.
Getting a job in business out of college is more dependent on your GPA than choice of major, so it helps to study a field that interests you. As for the question of what to study, Todd Johnson at CollegeAdmissionPartners.com argues for a liberal arts degree. He says such degrees develop the reasoning, communication, and writing skills that companies value. (You will learn the specifics of how to do the job when you get there.)
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