Big Business wants Historians

Investment bank Goldman Sachs has begun to earnestly prioritize hiring liberal arts majors.  Its very own CEO, Lloyd Blankfein, majored in history as an undergraduate.  Last year, the firm's head of “human capital management” said: "We want to hire not just the economics or business undergraduate but there is that pure liberal arts or history major that could be the next Lloyd Blankfein."

Billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban encouraged college students to major in liberal arts, which he believes represent the future of technology and business.