how can people feel content with themselves knowing they major in classics or social anthropology or literature or history, among other irrelevant majors. Imagine paying thousands a year for a degree that will never amount to anything ...
What are you thinking? There is jobs for every college degree..... if those two exceptionally limited jobs are the things people in classical literature like to do? Or people that took that realize they can get a lot of other jobs too just because of that degree.
ye ik this ponzi scheme, everyone thinks that they can become professors in their subject if they just keep pursuing more and more years of school, but in reality their degree is worthless and their endeavor is hopeless
-1 Law Schools do not like taking undergraduate degrees in Law. They actually prefer to have diversified degrees. I am relatively sure that degrees like Poli Sci and Philosophy are the most common undergrads in Law School.
yes but gender studies is completely useless, as the only real jobs you can get are gender studies professor, because the field as a whole has no reason to exist
at least other liberal arts majors like history and literature are necessary in small amounts
A lot of jobs don't really look for your major. If you look at lawyers, many of them come from an almost random assortment of majors. My friend from college was an art history major and now he works on wall street. Anything can happen.