3 Career Options for Humanities and Liberal Arts College Graduates | Vlogs by Dr. Dan #11
Dr. Dan Lawrence
Published at : 11 Jan 2021
You have your college degree, but after graduation you realize that you didn't focus on preparing yourself for the job market. There's still time to turn that around. Explore these three career options for humanities/liberal arts college graduates. This is in no way an exhaustive list - this is just a start!
Those old jokes about how English majors end up "living in cardboard boxes" are far from the truth. Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that college graduates with bachelor's degrees in the humanities/liberal arts have a lower than average unemployment rate of 4.6%, and the difference of income between STEM graduates and humanities graduates disappears after a few years on the job market.
So, what can you do with your English, communications, history, or other liberal arts/humanities degree? Check out these career options with Dr. Dan.
Dr. Dan is an American professor, writer, and musician who loves helping his students aim toward meaningful careers to build solid, financially viable lives.
Equipment: Zoom Q2N 4K Audio/Video Recorder
Soundtrack: "Sundays" by R.LUM.R., courtesy of the YouTube audio library.
Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro
Filmed in Dr. Dan's home office in the American Midwest.
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