New studies show that BRR students may be in the right field...

An article in the Washington Post, Business section, states that: "The recent college graduates with the lowest rates of unemployment had degrees in health (5.4 percent), education (5.4 percent), and agriculture and natural resources (7 percent.)"  Sadly, "recent college graduates with the highest rates of unemployment had undergraduate degrees in architecture (13.9 percent), the arts (11.1 percent) and the humanities (9.4 percent), according to the study."

“"People keep telling kids to study what they love — but some loves are worth more than others,'said Anthony P. Carnevale, one of the study’s authors."  
"The analysis, based on 2009 and 2010 data from the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey, comes amid an increasing debate over the value of college education as an economic investment." Read more...