Why Philosophers Are Hot Profiles On Corporate Job Market
PARIS — The return of humanities to the business world is becoming more and more visible. With technical jobs being replaced by robots, the quest for meaning in an increasingly complex society is boosting the importance of intellectual professions.
This $75 million gift might make higher ed question its obsession with science and tech
During his unsuccessful campaign for the Republican presidential nomination, Marco Rubio made the dubious (and grammatically unsound) assertion that “we need more welders and less philosophers.”
Bill Miller clearly disagrees with the Florida senator.
STEM may be the future—but liberal arts are timeless
Recently I was part of a dinner conversation attended by a range of leaders in the tech world, from people running incubators and accelerators to ad agencies and design studios. The guest list included representatives from Facebook, Grand Central Tech, BetaWorks, IDEO, and Ipsos.
30 People With 'Soft' College Majors Who Became Extremely Successful
Carolyn Cutrone and Max Nisen
Dec. 18, 2012, 2:55 PM
Recently, venture capitalist Marc Andreessen said that he believed in the value of college, but mostly for math-based majors like engineering, rather than "softer stuff," like English.
The $5 billion company built by arts graduates
It’s an old cliché that studying liberal arts and humanities will get you nothing but debt. Study business, engineering, medicine or law if you want a successful career and comfy salary, they say.
At least one tech giant has disrupted old assumptions, however.