What it looks like is that more general degrees (i.e., Ph D, Master’s, Bachelor’s) are getting liked the least, which I think might have to do with their lack of specificity — you could be studying anything from dance to chemical engineering, so your area of study is probably more important to bagels than your level of degree.
So keep on trucking, keep on learning, and hang that degree with pride!
As always, men and women are as different as Miley Cyrus and Taylor Swift, and our study proves no exception.
Students today are busier than ever, especially with more of them having to work to help pay for tuition.
To get started, you'll need to upload a photo of yourself and provide some basic information—birthdate, gender and a brief bio.
The site's founder explained its selective premise to the NYT by saying that "his generation was bred to attend the best schools, maximize revenues and grab the most gilded opportunities, even in matters of the heart." What's funny about this new "elite" dating website that supposedly will pre-screen your dates for you by the school they went to (so that it's easy for the best and the brightest to date people that are the same caliber as them) is that its owners are making the website sound like 1) kids with good educations and similar backgrounds are having a hard time finding one another. And 2) it's going to deliver you the top echelon of the dating world.
Between classes, work, student groups and hanging out with friends, it’s hard to find time for dating.
Fortunately, many online dating services have made the process of finding a date easy.
For example, the creators of Date My first got their idea for the site after their female friends complained that they were spending most of their time with other students enrolled in the school of social work, most of whom were women.
On the other hand, the guys in the business school were surrounded my mostly other men in their classes.