From The Muse
Whether you’ve already got a liberal arts degree or are just working on one, you’re probably already tired of hearing these eight little words:
“What are you going to do with that?”
English majors have heard it since the beginning of time. So have students of history, philosophy, sociology, linguistics, art, and even economics. In our business and tech-obsessed society, it’s hard for some people to imagine that specializing in something other than math or science could be worthwhile, let alone lucrative.
But we’ve got good news: From finance to marketing to sales and more, there are tons of jobs out there for liberal arts grads.
If you’re ready to put your degree to use, here’s what you need to know.