Ranking 8 Common Science Degrees (Ranking Common Science Majors)

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Best Science Degrees and Majors (Attempting to rank the common ones)

So this is a video that was a long time in the making...

Science is a passion of mine and I wanted to go over some of the strengths and weaknesses of the different science degrees



There is a misconception that any science degree is going to lead to a high paying job because science is the S in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)

Sadly, this isn't true...

There are many science majors where if you graduate with a 4 year bachelor level degree, you'll have a really hard time finding a job that's related to your degree

Many people that graduate with science degrees find themselves in a situation where they have to either go back to school to get a graduate level degree or they have to complete switch their life path and go into an unrelated job just to pay the bills

I'm aware of this from personal experience, in undergrad I took many of the same classes as people going for different degrees and I've seen how it's panned out for them

A friend majored in biology and she couldn't find a job after 4 years even though she was close to being a 4.0 student

She ended up going back to school to get her doctorate and has now racked up well over 6 figures in student loans

I'm not saying that this is a bad thing, it might end up turning out well for her in the end

But it DEFINITELY wasn't anything like she had planned in the beginning

The same can be said for many of the science degrees out there as well

For this video I chose some of the most common science degrees and I go over them

I'm not saying you can't succeed with a biology degree at all, if that's your passion you should still go for it

What I'm saying is that the perception out there isn't accurate and it's better to know what you're getting yourself into

That way you can plan accordingly and make good decisions

Hopefully this video will help you with this


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Sources and further readings:
bls.gov(bureau of labor statistics)
nces.ed.gov(national center for educational statistics)
payscale(provides information on jobs and degrees)