Why a BA will be one of the most valued degrees of the 21st century

Associate Professor Stuart Brock and RNZ’s Jesse Mulligan discuss the value of the BA in an automated, unpredictable future.

With recent studies predicting that more than 45% of jobs will be automated within the next 15 years, Associate Professor of Philosophy Stuart Brock argues that Bachelor of Arts graduates will be especially well placed to navigate an unpredictable job market.

Last month, Stuart Brock, who is also Associate Dean of Academic Programmes in the Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty Office at Victoria University, explained 'Why BA graduates will control the economy' in this Newsroom article.

This week, Stuart discussed the important transferable skills Arts graduates acquire with Radio New Zealand's Jesse Mulligan.

Listen to the interview on RNZ.