You can do anything : the surprising power of a "useless" liberal arts education
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|Kirtland Community College Library||HF 5382.5 .U5 A53 2017||30775305527245||General Collection||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780316548809
- ISBN: 0316548804
342 pages ; 25 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Little, Brown and Company, 
- Copyright: ©2017
|General Note:||"August 2017"--Title page verso.|
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||Includes bibliographical references (pages 297-330) and index.|
|Formatted Contents Note:||Part one. Your strengths. The explorers -- It's 480 B.C.--You have an ax -- You can start anywhere -- Part two. Your opportunities. My job didn't exist a year ago -- The problem solvers -- Frozen pipes, thawed minds -- Ruling the world -- Part three. Your allies. Employers that get it -- Your alumni connection -- What your campus can do -- Prepared forever -- Part four. Your tool kit. Telling your story -- Getting paid properly.|
|Summary, etc.:||George Anders explains the remarkable power of a liberal arts education, and the ways it can open the door to cutting-edge jobs. The curiosity, creativity, and empathy that are hallmarks of a liberal arts education aren't unruly traits that must be reined in. You can be yourself, as an English major, and thrive in sales. You can segue from anthropology into the booming new field of user research; from classics into management consulting, and from philosophy into high-stakes investing. At any stage of your career, you can bring a humanist's grace to our rapidly evolving high-tech future. In this book, you will learn why resume-writing is fading in importance and why "telling your story" is taking its place. You will learn how to create jobs that don't exist yet, and to translate your campus achievements into a new style of expression that will make employers' eyes light up.|
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