What I found interesting wasn’t the results of the study or the methodology (I didn’t read that far), but the values they reported: unemployment rate, underemployment rate, median wage early career, median wage mid-career, and share with graduate degree.
I think , if you wanted to choose a career based on the economics, you’d want to weigh those factors, as well as where you’d need to move in order to achieve those outcomes.
Source: 8 College Degrees With The Lowest Unemployment Rates | HuffPost Life
US employment under Presidents since Eisenhower (Source: Wall Street Journal 1/7/2017)
Looks to me like the employment situation gets better under Democrats, but not by a whole lot.
Today, J.P.Biteman, CEO of Biteme Consolidated Technologies, announced that BCT is eliminating most of its in-house IT staff and transitioning to a managed service provider. Mr. Biteman said the purpose is to “focus on making significant, strategic changes that can benefit our customers. An important part of our corporate reorganization, it will make our enterprise more current and nimble, reduce costs when possible, and allow technology operations to focus on producing more innovations. Overall, we expect this to yield a big improvement in the customer experience.”
Source: Pink Slips at Disney. But First, Training Foreign Replacements. – NYTimes.com