“As a rule, those who studied STEM subjects — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — are much more likely to believe they made the right choice, while those in social sciences or vocational courses second-guess themselves … as you may have guessed, our analysis of Fed data shows that the higher your income is today, the less you regret the major you chose back in college.” WaPo (Gift Article): The most-regretted (and lowest-paying) college majors. “Almost half of humanities and arts majors regret their choice — and enrollment in those disciplines is shrinking rapidly.” (If I had it to do all over again, I’d still major in puns.)