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History isn’t a ‘useless’ major. It teaches critical thinking, something America needs plenty more of – LA Times
Since the beginning of the Great Recession in 2007, the history major has lost significant market share in academia, declining from 2.2% of all undergraduate degrees to 1.7%. The graduating class of 2014, the most recent for which there are national … Continue reading