Liberal Arts Degrees Online

A foundation of knowledge in the liberal arts can help students develop the attributes sought by many employers, including: written and verbal communication; decision-making; creativity; research and analysis; problem-solving; and critical thinking. These soft skills are a benefit of studying a diversity of subjects from literature and philosophy to science and history.

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Career Path Data

Companies Hiring in 2015*

ULTA
1,147 jobs posted
Servicemaster
1,120 jobs posted
Terminix
1,008 jobs posted
Fastenal
884 jobs posted
Sodexo Inc.
511 jobs posted

Projected Total Jobs by 2024**

4.1 million

Secretaries and administrative assistants

16,500

Occupational health and safety technicians

Sources: *CEB TalentNeuron™ and **U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Information provided is not intended to represent a complete list of hiring companies or job titles, and degree program options do not guarantee career or salary outcomes. Job postings information based on 2015 data accessible at the time of creation of table, and is subject to update from time to time to reflect more recent data. National long-term projections may not reflect local and/or short-term economic or job conditions, and do not guarantee actual job growth. Students should conduct independent research for specific employment information.