Unless you attend a school prestigious enough that your affiliation with that university is reason enough to hire you (Harvard is such a school, Haverford is not), you'll have quite a hard time getting a job in the US with a liberal arts degree.
Half of all recent college graduates are said to be unemployed or underemployed
. All of them would be happy to take a "good job" that requires no specific undergraduate training (the kind of jobs liberal arts majors rely on). Why would a company hire an international student - who'll either stay for less than a year or need an expensive and labor-intensive work visa - if there's a long line of more reliable American applicants happy to take that job?
I graduated from a liberal arts college. The only international students who found jobs after graduation were the computer science majors and a few social science majors who made a year-long volunteer commitment at non-profit organizations.