The Wall Street Journal provided an interesting take on college and the pursuit of a career through college an article yesterday. Of particular interest are the accompanying graphs. I especially like the one that shows that how you did in college was only slightly more important than what college you actually attended (i.e. its reputation). What tops the list? Work experience. Nobody cares what your resume says you did in the past if you can't do what they want you to do now.
Is this the beginning of a movement back to the center of the STEM vs. Humanities debate? I doubt it. Unfortunately, in my experiences, I have found many more
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