After four years of studying hard and late nights cramming for exams, many college students will be graduating and entering the real world this spring. However, some of them will also be graduating with “useless degrees.”
Noodle analyzes the Harvard Business Review article, “How to Brand a Useless Degree,” breaking it down into four key ideas.
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