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david@davidls
July 29, 2020

"...students get what economist Bryan Caplan called narrow vocational training for jobs few of them will ever have. Three-quarters of American college graduates go on to a career unrelated to their major—a trend that includes math and science majors—after having become competent only with the tools of a single discipline."
David Epstein in his book, Range

I'm curious to hear from people who are in this category and what tools you wish you had been taught that would transfer to other disciplines.

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