I'm not quite sure on what planet you live, but here on earth, the highest paid jobs are not really science related.
And again, most science majors would do badly outside their fields, just like any non-science major would do badly outside their respective fields. Saying that science/math degrees are 'by far the hardest degrees to get' is simply not true and you have absolutely no evidence to back it up because it is completely subjective.
The very first 3 links from a quick search.
Seriously, do you enjoy just making stuff up?
Also, as far as evidence...how about this article? How about every single college and university that has similar numbers to the one in this article?
Do you think it's an accident that a 12,000 student college has 7 math graduates and a few hundred in liberal arts graduates? You think that's an accident? That's what it was when I graduated. Also, there were 6 Computer Science majors as well, yet computer science has 200 or so freshmen declare it as their major, yet they quit because they can't hack it. Then they go major in business/liberal arts because....wait for it...it's FRIGGIN EASY.
How anybody can honestly say that Math/Science degrees are on equal level with something like liberal arts is beyond me.
No evidence my ass. Every single non math/science class I took was an absolute joke compared to my math classes.
And, you wanna talk about statements that can't be backed up...
"And again, most science majors would do badly outside their fields"
Edited by mudman091878 - 5/22/11 at 7:00pm