As a math major at a small liberal arts college in Maine, Leslie Walters struggled to decide what her next step would be after graduation.

"I got a little nervous," Walters says. "Uh, oh, liberal arts school. Maybe I should have gone to engineering school. But because I had a Bachelor of Science degree, a lot of the insurance companies and banks were looking for people with analytic skills."

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