In a High-Tech World, Humanities and Other Liberal Arts Are More Essential Than Ever
In 1987, the U.S. Army War College developed a term to understand the end of the Cold War and that has defined our world since: VUCA, short for volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity.
Human skills and the value of liberal arts graduates
From chatbots in customer service departments, content management on social networks and the use of drones, human beings are already collaborating with technology and still, many fear automation.
Humanities majors still relevant in a dynamic workforce, study finds
Facing cuts to its state appropriation and dwindling enrollment, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point was forced to make a difficult decision: How to remove an $8 million structural deficit.
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.
10 Women With Jobs That Are Completely Unrelated To Their College Majors
Graduation season is upon us, which means a new class of graduates has been ejected from the sweet cocoons of their universities into the unforgiving real world. Some are probably wondering: What can I possibly do with this American Studies degree and Ethnomusicology minor?
7 most valuable college majors needed for the future
The most valuable college majors will prepare students for a world right out a science fiction novel.
The future of work is going to require a range of skills learned that take into account cutting edge advancements in technology and science.