Recent graduates looking to capitalize on their new history degree could find they have a promising career in the IT industry as programmers, experts say. Thanks to a handful of new short-term coding academies, it's never been easier to learn the ins and outs of application development, and recruiters say the unique skills of people with a background in humanities -- including the ability to communicate well and understand the larger implications of their work -- make them especially suited for the job.

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