I wouldn’t want to be in the animal enclosure watching the lions skulk below a conspiracy of grass while antelopes collude to a false sense of security hop, skip, and jumping below the horizon of their mothers watchful eye,
I wouldn’t want to be in the animal enclosure as the lions…
(Ed: Your primary tumblrs majored in two of these and now work in the field of a third.)
I combined the uselessness of #2 #9 into something practical.
Raise your hand if you disagree. Money alone doesn’t define the usefulness of these majors, nor should it. And 93 percent of statistics don’t always apply to you.
Well, here’s how this usefulness was defined: “This year we started with new research (PDF) from Georgetown University—which drew from two years of census data to determine the prospects for myriad majors—to narrow down our list to more than three dozen popular college majors. We also used data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, equally weighing the following categories to determine current and future employment and earnings potential for our final ranking: Recent graduate employment, Experienced graduate employment, Recent graduate earnings, Experienced graduate earnings,