“Deciding your major plays a bigger role in determining your career earnings than does where you go to school or even deciding whether or not to attend at all,” says Gregory Wolniak in an Atlantic interview. He directs the Center for Research on Higher Education Outcomes at NYU Steinhardt and co-authored How College Affects Students.You'll get out of it what you put into it.
Monday, February 06, 2017
I've told students for years--not everyone needs to go to college, but if you go, where you go to college isn't as important as how much you put into your college education. And if you want to make a good living, choose a major that will allow you to make a good living. Engineering degrees will pay more than Aggrieved Victims Studies degrees: