Why do you want a college degree?
Are you hoping to develop specific skills that would help you land a good-paying job? Or are you looking to broaden your overall knowledge and intellectual ability? Ordinarily, today’s college applicants choose one answer or the other.
To help you decide, career experts suggest you must sacrifice chasing the second objective to achieve the first.
What if the better choice had less to do with what you learn in college and more with how you learn it? What if, by getting a liberal arts-based education, you could develop the very skills that today’s employers value most?