Monday, December 16



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It's the thought that counts

Everyone always notices when the insignificant details slip away "“ a lost quarter, a missed call, a neglected Facebook post "“ but the greatest risk, never being able to think critically, can pass off absolutely unnoticed. But this is nothing less than the current state of recent college graduate job trends: When job qualification is based primarily on quantitative skills, humanities students are going to be at an obvious disadvantage. A rigorous education in almost any of the core humanities infuses in a student unprecedented and necessary skills, such as writing and research, communication, and the adroitness to weave through convoluted enigmas that have no single, obvious, or clear answer. Read more...

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