If you’re weighing the pros and cons of a liberal arts major, there’s a book you may want to consult before you jettison a field you are passionate about in favor of a degree that seems more marketable.
You Can Do Anything: The Surprising Power of a “Useless” Liberal Arts Education by George Anders.
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Whether you are studying music in an academic setting, pursuing a career in the music industry, or educating the next Mozart, you have likely been asked questions like:
I didn’t know you could study music in college. What are you going to do with your degree in music?
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