Sep 01, 2015

The Silly Study of Selfies | LifeZette

The average U.S. college student graduates with about $30,000 of debt and has an increasingly tough time finding a job. It’s why millennials are scrambling to study something “useful” during their college years, with some adding business or economics minors to their workload. They want to stand out among the hundreds of thousands of art history and English majors desperately seeking employment...

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