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It’s no surprise that we live in a society driven by technology. Companies are continuously pushing for the development of new goods and services. While a job can teach us how to make new products, it’s the arts, social sciences and humanities that teach us why products should be created. Liberal arts majors will always have their place in the workforce. Businesses and companies will always need people with critical thinking and communication skills—attributes that employers prize. An academic background in liberal arts provides a strong foundation for a new graduate to work in a variety of settings.

Meet some of our liberal arts alumni who have evolved in an ever-changing workplace and have found success and meaningful work in their current career paths.