“The majors that are most popular are not the ones that make the most money.” (…)
White men have higher median earnings across all fields except three. Asians pull down the top median salaries in law and public policy ($55,000), psychology and social work ($48,000), and biology and life science ($53,000).
There are ASIAN social workers now? My brain hurts. (Send your jokes to kshaidle – AT – rogers.com. It’s still too early for me…)
Meanwhile, despite the efforts of millions of leftists over the last 40 years, Reality remains stubbornly racist and stereotypical:
The field with the highest concentrations of whites is agriculture and natural resources (90 percent), while the highest concentration of Asians is in computers and mathematics (16 percent).
Law and public policy has the highest concentration of African-Americans (14 percent) and Hispanics (10 percent).
Great news, America:
The future is an overpriced Nike, stamping the word “niggardly” onto your face. Forever.
RELATED — oh, great! More ethnic group think:
Her premise is that “the search for status and peer approval is the most powerful motivator of our personal behavior and that it can be employed to remedy social ills.”
In the United States, Hispanic and African-American students exceed expectations “when they enter an innovative setting that encourages collaborative learning.”
As one analyst reported, “good grades depended on making friends to study with.”
Now, see, I thought school segregation by race was bad. So confusing. I think the cat ate my goddamn Leftwing Decoder Ring…?
PS: that’s what made Einstein and Steve Jobs and the guy who invented FedEx and every genius in history so successful, by the way:
“Making friends to study with”!
A few “Asian social worker” jokes have indeed arrived in my inbox, but believe it or not, they are so “racist” even I can’t post them.
One of them made a great observation about who owns and operates those fake nail salons vs. the salon’s patrons, but it was really more like the seed of a joke that someone else will have to build on.
Because at those salons, come to think of it, both parties are sitting across from each other — much like one would see in a social worker’s office…
Oh, man, give me another few hours…