While a number of on-campus recruiters seek business majors, there are many employers who seek and hire liberal arts and science majors. It's true that some companies have positions requiring specialized knowledge and skills, such as engineering and accounting. But others, especially when it comes to entry-level positions, are more interested in applicants who can communicate effectively, learn quickly, and carefully illustrate how their skills and experiences align with the employer's needs - a perfect fit for many liberal arts majors.
Don't forget, your education doesn't end the day you graduate. Majoring in the liberal arts doesn't prevent you from gaining business experience. For example, one recent Loyola communication graduate is now a financial advisor.