Humanities majors may well learn a great deal about the world. But they don’t really learn career skills through their studies. Engineering majors, conversely, learn in great technical detail. But they might not learn why, how, or where they should apply their skills in the workforce. The best st... (more)
I’m always reading 4-5 books at any given time. Some find this strange, but I don’t watch TV, which I guess means I have more spare time than the average American.
I try to strike a steady balance between non-fiction (for more applied knowledge) and fiction (to keep my imagination expansive). He... (more)
People often think of job satisfaction as a spectrum, with happiness on one end and unhappiness on the other:
In this view, how happy one will be at a job can be determined by “adding up” all of the tangibles (salary, benefits, workplace environment, etc) of that particular position and seeing ho... (more)