That ‘useless’ liberal arts degree has become tech’s hottest ticket

This is a great article about connecting technology and engineering with the humanities.

In a nutshell:

Big tech employers are widening their hiring horizons beyond the STEM fields: science, technology, engineering and math. Larry Quinlin Deloitte’s chief information officer, argues in favor of “STEAM,” in which the A stands for the arts. “It’s not enough to be technologically brilliant,” Quinlin says. “We need senior people who understand business processes, too.”