What are some excellent college majors to pursue? I'm planning on going the Computer Science route currently. If I could I'd major Physics but I've heard it's nearly impossible to get a job in academia.
>>16687933 Yeah, but if you make good use of your degree, it's not useless, is it? I know people who have studied traditionally 'useless' majors like English and Philosophy and have gone on to work for the government, because those jobs required the skills that those majors offered.
>>16687934 Just make sure that whatever you do study, you work hard at it. This means a 3.2 GPA or better in STEM fields, 3.8 GPA or better in 'useless' majors, and lotsa internships. Don't want to get cut off by a computer before you even make it through the front door.
>>16687920 >Science or Math degree from top school. >The T and E in STEM are bubbles with too many degrees and too few jobs >The harder the degree, the more it's worth, This is because the degrees ONLY job is to show the employer that you can do work and take orders. >So a Quantum Neutrino forcefield math degree from MIT is worth $$$, Business Administration or Woman's studies degree from some state school is worth $0- who cares?
>>16687920 I'm surprised no one's said anthropology. It's great if you're a history nerd. This is my major and so far, it's really interesting. I want to do marine archaeology and also teach highschool history.
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