“I can see someone borrowing perhaps $10,000 a year if they’re majoring in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, computer science or nursing,” says Kantrowitz. “But I can’t see borrowing that amount of money for a degree in art, or humanities, or sociology, because the jobs just don’t pay as well for those fields of study.”
The problem with this line of thinking is that there aren’t many liberal arts professions that you could even get an interview for without having gone to college. Not sure how that’s not clear to this guy, but it’s true.
via NY Mag