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"Embracing the uncertain, scary future — with a liberal arts degree"

Politicians, parents, and students typically assume that the only useful college degree is one which prepares the student for a specific job. In this article in the education periodical The Hechinger Report Karl Voss describes why, in the rapidly changing world of work and life, a liberal arts education is not only better preparation -- it is the best preparation for life success.

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