You Can Do Anything: The Surprising Power of a “Useless” Liberal Arts Education
Computer, engineering, and mathematics, literature, philosophy, and sociology. When we chose a major, did we consider which major was useful or useless? The job market is quietly creating more and more new job opportunities for the fast-growing high-tech future. Opportunities are often fleeting, and an era is accidentally missed. How can we break professional barriers and develop core skills that can be reused across industries? Pulitzer Prize-winning author George Anders proves that three years of cross-industry, multi-dimensional research: people with five "critical thinking" can get more and better opportunities, and walk Go longer. They are the ability to explore, perceive, make rules, persuade, and connect, which are also core skills for capacity transfer across industries.
One of the main points of this book is that your major should not limit your ability to choose a career. The recruitment market requires talents with the ability to migrate, who can play various types of roles for the company. Earning a degree does not guarantee a good job after graduation. However, building skills that can be transferred across industries can ensure your future into a successful future.
This book is divided into four parts: "Discover Your Strengths", "Finding the Right Opportunity", "Like-Minded Allies", and "Toolbox". It has a clear understanding of your strengths and an analysis of good career strategies , A rational judgment of the current situation of society, a statement of specific job search strategies, etc. An important conclusion in the book is that human-to-human contact has never been more important than today, and even if software is eating the world, the connection between people will become more important. We must face up to this social reality and strive to make ourselves a talent capable of adapting to the future.
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