Major regret? See how these Americans feel about their college degrees after graduating
Americans in New York City and Philadelphia had mixed feelings on whether they regretted their college major.
"I was a criminal justice major and I regret it," one woman said through laughter.
DO YOU REGRET YOUR MAJOR?
SEE WHAT THESE GRADUATES SAY:WATCH MORE FOX NEWS DIGITAL ORIGINALS HEREBut another graduate said: "I majored in computer science, and I would keep the same major."
Nearly 40% of college graduates regret their majors, a Washington Post analysis found earlier this year.
Among arts and humanities majors, nearly half wished they’d studied something else, while STEM graduates tended to feel they made the right choice.
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"I don’t entirely regret it, but when I started applying for jobs, I realized it wasn’t like a specific field."
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CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPA few in the arts told Fox News they found their passion.
"I got a bachelor of fine arts in musical theater and I don’t regret it because that’s my job," one woman said.
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