The very short answer is yes, absolutely college prepares you for a job. But I would also say that college prepares you, not just for a job, but for all of the jobs that you'll have in your working life. Today's college students will change careers, not just jobs but careers, at least three, some studies say up to seven times. So a college is a great place to prepare you not just for that first job, but for that second, third, fourth job to have really good trajectories of working throughout your career. So one of the ways that college, especially liberal arts colleges like Taylor does this well, is looks at ways for you to transfer the skills that you've learned from the various classes that you take. We look for ways to apply your English literature class to a finance career or your psychology class to a career in education. I mean the opportunities are really endless to apply the liberal arts to any particular job or career. When those job changes do come later in life, you're really well-equipped in order to make that change smoothly and thrive amid such change. So we like to say that we're preparing you not only for the jobs that we know exist, but also the jobs that we don't even know that exist yet. Yeah, one of the great things about a liberal arts education is not only do you have your major course of study which prepares you for a particular field, but you also have this really broad foundation of courses and learning that happen across the disciplines. So not only are you able to prepare yourself for one particular career, but you're also able to find what other things that you might be interested in in a whole host of other areas, things that you might not have even been aware of when you entered college, but have kind of turned light bulbs on to new learning, new possibilities, and makes you a much more well-rounded person and more well-rounded professional.