The myth of the well-rounded student? It’s better to be ‘T-shaped’.

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Growing up, we were often told to “broaden our horizons” by getting involved in many different activities and areas of study. The goal was to appear “well-rounded” on any application or resume. Many still feel that this is the best way to prepare for the future. However, today’s employers prefer a more passionate and focused individual. Read this article to discover how being ‘T-shaped’ may make you a more desirable candidate for colleges and prospective careers.

Click here to read this article by Jeffrey J. Selingo.

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