The Business of Degrees and Money Majors
Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce recently released a study clearly showing, for the first time, the earning potential of certain majors versus others. Engineering, computers, and mathematics top the list of median earnings, although business degrees, at 25 percent of all degrees awarded, are the most popular.
But Peter Thiel argues that college is completely pointless if you’re interested in starting a new venture, and he’s put money into the game.
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