“Groupthink: the Brainstorming Myth" by Jonah Lehrer [The New Yorker]
Now that is stupid interesting..
People with bachelor’s degrees in science, technology, engineering and math are more likely than other college graduates to have a job, but most of them don’t work in STEM occupations, according to a U.S. Census Bureau report released Thursday.
Nearly 75 percent of all holders of bachelor’s degrees in STEM disciplines don’t have jobs in STEM occupations, according to a survey that reached 3.5 million homes, said Liana Christin Landivar, a sociologist with the Census Bureau. The bureau’s American Community Survey is the largest household survey in the nation.
About half of those who have degrees related to engineering, computers, math and statistics do get a STEM job, the survey found.
A corporation coworker of mine who bought her son a little cake with “100!” on it to celebrate his 100th YouTube subscriber. He’s going to be a freshman in high school and makes gameplay commentary/cheats videos.