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What matters to me is that students make informed decisions, not that they need to choose the degree that leads to the highest paying job.
An English teacher told D1 that she sees in the future for D1 to marry someone rich because the teacher thought she could see the future. D1 is getting married, and he is not rich. The teacher also told D1 she would be better off marrying well than pursue a major in math.
There is no lack of stupid opinion out there.