A recent study suggests that employers do not think college students are graduating with the skills necessary to succeed in the business world. The findings focus on skills like critical thinking, analytical reasoning, and communication skills -- ones that many employers prioritize over actual subject matter knowledge, which can become quickly outdated. Will these findings motivate more colleges to create programs blending STEM and the humanities? Will we start to see more new programs in entrepreneurship and business skills that can supplement a liberal arts education?
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