My friend pointed out this article to me today, and I thought it was worthwhile to share. I’m not an opponent of A&S degrees, of course, but I do think there are some “Aha” moments when considering the meat of the article.
What do you think? Are we in a cycle where other more technical degrees have risen to the top from an income-earning ability perspective? Or is that sort of how it’s always been and always (may) will be?
Til Next Time,