It’s time to rejoice for humanities majors. A writer for The Huffington Post recently explained that even though humanities majors get a bad rap for their low salaries and job opportunities, there are still a great handful of people who have gone on to success after studying the major.
“The proof is in the pudding: Stereotypes and statistics asides, a number of liberal arts and social sciences majors go on to have successful careers in a variety of fields, including business, tech, law and politics,” wrote Carolyn Gregoire for The Huffington Post.
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