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CS is one of the most valuable degrees you can have. There are never enough programmers. However, not every one can do it (or would enjoy doing it). So it's really up to where your talents are.

CS (and related degrees) have the highest rate of graduate unemployment in the UK.

You guys don't have liberal arts degrees?
 

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CS is one of the most valuable degrees you can have. There are never enough programmers. However, not every one can do it (or would enjoy doing it). So it's really up to where your talents are.

CS (and related degrees) have the highest rate of graduate unemployment in the UK.

You guys don't have liberal arts degrees?

Media studies would be the go-to useless degree of choice in the UK. Except they get more jobs. Probably as researcher temps / blowjob slaves at the BBC or in call centres though.
 

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