posted on Aug, 15 2005 @ 06:39 AM
Yeah I know, my cousin went to Oxford Medical School. You said, "Well history degrees are not really valued for the knowledge they give, though
this can be useful for a job in the foreign office. Instead by studying history we learn how to assess information quickly, write well, and argue a
case”, don’t think so. Usually English or Law degrees are more suitable for jobs requiring higher usage of language and arguing a case. History
majors are history in good jobs, unless you are extremely talented. PhD’s in history are also worthless as well. My high school librarian had a PhD
history and has been there since the school opened. Sorry to upset you by "schooling" you. Checkmate, Mate.