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Curious how your liberal arts degree will make you competitive in the job market?
This is a great article by Cecilia Gaposchkin in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Graduates majoring in “practical” majors may well start at higher salaries than their counterparts in, say, comparative literature or art history. But as Derek Bok said in Our Underachieving Colleges, we should look at how graduates fare 15 years down the road. Often it is the art historians and anthropology majors, for example, who, having marshaled the abilities of perspective, breadth, creativity, and analysis, have moved a company or project or vision forward. The real investment comes in learning how to think. And the student who has chosen a major based on what she loves has increased the value of that investment. – See more at: http://m.chronicle.com/article/If-Students-Are-Smart/230307/#sthash.yn4j8x6y.M38QjWZ7.dpuf
Article By Sara McCord of The Muse.
“Job searching can be an enigmatic process. For weeks leading up to your interview, you’re basically a private investigator. You research a company before you submit your application. You scope out your potential boss before the big day. You pay close attention to how the interviewer receives your answers—assessing whether or not you should change gears. Then you go home and reflect on the interview as you write a fabulous thank you note.
And then, you’re supposed to do absolutely nothing.
That’s right—the next step is patiently awaiting the hiring manager’s decision. And if you try to put your newly sharpened sleuthing skills to good use, well-meaning friends will advise you to “stop obsessing.” But that’s easier said than done.
Before you start (re)analyzing every potential omen, remember it’s easy to mistake even the most obvious signs.” Read more.