Average Lifetime Earnings Of A Gender Studies Grad Rise To $10,000

  

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Via:  gregtx  •  one month ago  •  3 comments

Average Lifetime Earnings Of A Gender Studies Grad Rise To $10,000
U.S. — A surprising new study found that the average lifetime earnings of graduates who have earned a gender studies degree rose sharply to $10,000 this week.

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U.S. — A surprising new study found that the average lifetime earnings of graduates who have earned a gender studies degree rose sharply to $10,000 this week.

The previous average was $10,000 less than the new average, which is $10,000, making the old average $0, which is significantly lower than the current average. The sharp increase in average lifetime earnings of gender studies graduates has confounded experts, who say that while they expected gender studies graduates to make approximately $10,000 less than $10,000 over the course of their careers, they are now making $10,000 more than the expected number, which was $0.

"This is remarkable," said Dr. Lee Franken of Harvard. "All those gender studies students I taught -- I never thought I'd see the day when they'd make $10,000 over the average of $0. $10,000 is more than $0. So basically that's good."

Some college graduates with gender studies degrees are actually hitting up to $20,000 if they received Pell grants, doubling the most common average of $10,000, and being more than $20,000 over the previous average of $0.

Math graduates were not available for consultation on this article at publishing time.


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GregTx
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1  seeder  GregTx    one month ago

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Nerm_L
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2  Nerm_L    one month ago

Sounds like gender inflation.  How many are there now?

 
 
 
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3  Jasper2529    one month ago

There's truth in good satire. I have a young niece who, after 5-1/2 years, finally managed to graduate from a SUNY school with a degree that "specializes" in pre-school gender studies.

Since then she's been "working" for over 2 years on her Masters in the same field. She lives at home, and Mommy and Daddy pay for everything, including her cars. She'll be 30 soon, and the only real job she's ever had has been ... wait for it ... walking neighbors' dogs.

I wonder when it'll dawn on her parents to make her wash dishes ... do her own laundry ... clean her room, ... get a REAL job ... or move out?

 
 

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