It wasn't a question as to what I should do, just wondering what other peoples thoughts were on the subject. I'm getting a B.A. as an undergraduate and although I have the choice to major in Economics or something like that I probably won't.
My opinion: although there are definitely numerous advantages to getting a business degree or majoring in economics there are potentially more advantages to getting a liberal arts degree. I look at both of my parents as examples where their careers are now far from the path their degrees set them on. My dad got an engineering degree and now works for a consulting company, leading teams and working on deals with major banks and businesses (so basically none of his engineering background was necessary) and my mom, who is now in corporate banking, was originally a physiotherapist. I've had a ton of talks with both of them about this specific question - each one hires people for their respective companies - and they agree that having a liberal arts education is extremely useful, especially in todays economic climate. Regardless of what I major in, whether it be classics, psychology, english, German, whatever, it's not the actual facts that I benefit most from but the skills I develop over the four years of learning. That being said I'm planning on getting a graduate degree, and if it's an MBA that would automatically render any undergraduate business degree useless - how boring must someone be to do that???
Also... I have to admit that there comes a point where, as you descend in the quality of schooling, it would probably be more worth ones time to get a business degree... but I'm talking really sketch schools, probably none of the ones anyone on this site would go to
Should have been McCain....
is it a bad habit to put random little things in a girls pussy after sex and then watch their reactions and wonder if she notices immediately or in the shower? - fappy