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What We Should Be Teaching in the Humanities and Social Sciences

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What We Should Be Teaching in the Humanities and Social Sciences

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When students consider majoring in the humanities or social sciences, it’s only a matter of time before they hear—or are reminded—about the comparatively dim career outlook for graduates of these programs. Many students, perhaps with a parent or trusted advisor also expressing concern about the viability of nonprofessional degrees, turn away and seek out fields of study with better career profiles.

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