As time goes by I find out more and more that my country doesn’t have a deep respect for true learning. It seems that the people who write these articles are much more interested in the “practical” skills and “knowledge” from more modern degrees offered, not typical of a liberal arts repertoire.
But that is my own opinion.
I just don’t like how these articles make my major (Humanities and later Anthropology) look like a useless pile of papers.
And it isn’t realistic of what the professors in college, teaching at any level, will say about picking a major. All professors, from the College of Fine Arts to the College of Science tell me that so long as I love what I’m learning and I want to find a job, then I will happily succeed in life.
Blog lesson for the day: Learn what you love. Have a drive to succeed.