I frequently speak with successful professionals who, like Bill Maher, imagine their careers have nothing to do with their liberal arts degrees. They overlook the direct benefits of those degrees, the skills and practices they developed. So what if they did not become an anthropology professor or a historian? They succeed because of their liberal arts background, certainly not despite it. And, evidence and common sense suggest that their employers and clients greatly appreciate their “soft” skills.
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