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Nowadays, it might seem impractical to major
in anything but a STEM
In this climate, it’s good to remember that employers will
always attribute some very positive—and valuable—qualities to those with a bachelor’s
degree in the
If you obtain such a degree, employers will assume that you
can . . .
A recent article on CNN.com
explores the merits of humanities degrees in general and English degrees in
here to check it out.
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I love the humanities and I completely agree that the skills obtained from such a degree are very important (both intellectually and in a marketable manner). Check out my article on Why Do a History Major here from ParentsandColleges.com:
lucy in the sky of diamonds |
01/29/2013 at 07:13 AM
- comprehend complex material,
- think critically, and
I need all of these skills! Thanks!
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01/28/2013 at 03:00 AM
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