CNBC.com: “Why Businesses Prefer a Liberal Arts Education”
. . . “Companies want people who are functionally literate and can read and write,” said Jonathan Hill, co-director of the Stem Center at Pace University. “When business students come here, they learn the computer languages but we also make them take a foreign language. The idea is to have graduates strong in their chosen business area and in the arts, like writing and reading.”
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