College students should focus on classes that teach business, leadership and communication skills to help them land a job after graduation, some experts say. Courses in science, technology, engineering and math teach analytical skills, while courses with internships can provide direct experience. "If you're someone who's focused on harder kinds of sciences or math, courses and activities that give social skills, that encourage teamwork and that help build creativity and develop creativity are really valuable," says John Challenger, CEO of the outplacement consulting firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas.

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