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/ December 17, 2018 The Most Desirable Major in Today's Working World
The Most Desirable Major in Today's Working World

By Fairygodboss

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English majors and other liberal arts students have higher chances of getting a good job than occupational majors, such as students studying business or biology, according to new research.

The underemployment rate is the lowest it's been in half a century (at 3.7 percent),  but college students still worry about finding adequate work upon graduating — especially as student loans skyrocket. In fact, more Americans are burdened with student loan debt than ever before, with millennials, in particular, owing a staggering sum of over $1.48 ... Read More

/ April 9, 2018 How to Leverage Your Liberal Arts Degree in Tech
How to Leverage Your Liberal Arts Degree in Tech

By Gia Giambrone

Tech companies are some of the top places to work for millennials and recent graduates. With autonomous work environments, quick opportunities for growth, and the chance to solve novel and relevant problems, many undergrads are already on the hunt for jobs at the best start-ups and scale-ups with the most innovative company cultures they can find. Unfortunately, most of us are not gifted with understaning the secret code of software engineers. Don’t fret Liberal Arts majors! (We’re looking at you Psych, English, Art, Theater, and History.) There are many opportunities within the technology space for your liberal arts degrees.

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