Its gotten worse since schools have started pushing fake degrees with no endgame employment opportunities.
@CUNTSOAP, by the time some one is able to go to college, then they should know how do at least a little bit of research on what degrees actually have decent employment opportunities. For example, Engineering and legal degrees have endless opportunities as long as time is taken to find the jobs. It is known not everyone would do these types of studies, but if a specific degree isn't known for getting work after graduation in a fair amount of time, then one cannot expect a job walking out the door.
@Estebonbon21, Im an engineer. I agree. Still BS though.
@CUNTSOAP, I agree, engineering degrees are BS
@Prince super Vegeta , Indeed. They are Bachelor of Science degrees in general. :|
@CUNTSOAP, ok good, you got my joke
@Prince super Vegeta , was that a test? ;)
@CUNTSOAP, you pass! people not in engineering would've probably immediately downvoted my comment because r/woosh
@Estebonbon21, I graduated in 2015 with a Masters in biomedical engineering, have applied to 250+ jobs, still nothing. Big universities are crap with finding employment for students.
@hawkchip I have my BS in electronics engineering and the university didn't help me one bit, but finding a job wasn't much of a problem. Networking is during school and the first bleh job works wonders. Im currently trying to move my experience towards medical technology, but most require 5+ years experince. I can't speak for those masters in engineering, but I hear often its an awkward area of being overqualified and not having experience at the same time.