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With the human capital in elite jobs dominated by Ivy League or other prestigious schools graduates, we can ask if it’s those diplomas that really matter.
Our Sunday chart of the week Just some human capital facts today… Showing the proportion of people from a college major that go to a certain kind of job, the following graphics connect college majors with employment groups. The original interactive graphics…