Breaking! Breaking! Women’s Studies is a poor investment

From PJ Media:

A 2-year degree from the Community College of Denver in Dental Hygiene has an ROI of $612,991, which are the additional earnings a graduate can expect to earn over 20 years compared to a high school graduate. Average first-year wages are about $61,000 and the cost of the degree is less than $16,000.

A 4-year degree from the University of Colorado-Boulder in Women’s Studies has an ROI of only $173,545, at a cost of more than $92,000 and estimated first-year earnings of only $23,461. More.

Reality check: Bitching about men should be free. It is worth what you pay for it.
Also, beware any course with “Studies” in its name.

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