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When a college degree in science, technology, engineering, or math in today’s technology-driven economy is a better bet for job security and long-term prosperity than a humanities or liberal arts degree, which is allegedly a recipe for lifelong poverty.
It’s ironic that many STEM graduates, who became millionaires and billionaires in Silicon Valley, are often the ones who would encourage their children to choose a liberal arts education—which promotes intellectual curiosity, creativity, empathy for others, and problem solving—over an oft-rigid STEM education.
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by MathPlus June 10, 2018
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