Top 10 Things that College Taught Us About Life
By Adam Starr via MonsterCollege.com
December 14, 2009
8. Problem Solving/Critical Thinking
Guess what, you went to college to learn how to think critically and analytically. Sure, some of us are engineers and molecular biologists and we took classes on things that we are going to need to apply in our professions. But lots of us studied Philosophy and English and, while a few of us may become philosophers and novelists, the great many of us will not be employed in the exact field of study that was our major. Does that mean we wasted our time?
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