Liberal Arts at Work
By Michelle Bryant
Whether you’ve landed your dream job or find yourself repeatedly pushing the snooze button each morning dreading the workday, a liberal arts education may help you forge a better career path and create an environment for innovation and productivity.
If you’re like most employed Americans, you will spend the majority of your waking hours at work. And you may spend your additional waking hours complaining about it. So how do you make the career choices that are best for you? We asked faculty, staff and an alumna from the College of Liberal Arts to share their best career strategies for success.
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