I was SO happy to see this article from UT-Austin, where I received my bachelors degree. I was a student in the College of Liberal Arts in the School of Psychology. Planning to be a therapist and go on to grad school didn’t work out the way I planned and I also really didn’t want to leave Austin. I freaked out, I was stuck.

OH NO. I have a Liberal Arts degree, I’m DOOMED!

Fast forward 20-ish years later, I couldn’t be more proud of my degree and what it’s offered me! Having such a huge background in Psychology (I also got a Masters in Human Services which focused on Psychology and Sociology) and owning my business, working with people one on one is extremely fulfilling. Although I’ve always been a “people person,” understanding the psychology of human beings definitely gives me an edge over other social media consultants.

So, if you have a Liberal Arts degree, DO NOT FRET! Just use those skills to your advantage no matter what field you choose. Employers need more than just a person who’s a master at a particular skill. They also need people who understand people and groups. And who knows? Maybe you’ll start your own business too.

Do you have a Liberal Arts degree? What are you doing with it and where has it helped you in the professional realm?

Check out this link from The University of Texas at Austin and write your answer in the comments below.

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