This is the line that burns me up the most "Science, technology, engineering and math majors who stay in a related profession blah blah blah, but those who decided to go into managerial and professional positions" WTH First of all engineering is a profession! GO LOOK IT UP! It is the highest paying professional that only requires a Bachelors! But wait a minute going into management even in an engineering company is leaving the profession. WHAT! Did he mean business. Did he mean that those students who graduated with a BS in Computer Science and took a job in software sales made more money that those who took a position writing code? Or did he mean that those who were still writing code 15 years later were making less money than those who (wait for it) had been Promoted to management? Oh my heavens those years of study were a waste of time. I'm sure he could have gotten to exactly the same place with only a BA in English. Is he that stupid or does he think we are?