“A degree in philosophy? What are you going to do with that then?”Philosophy students will tell you they’ve been asked this question more times than they care to remember.”The response people seem to want is a cheery shrug and a jokey ‘don’t know’,” says Joe Cunningham, 20, a final-year philosophy undergraduate at Heythrop College, University of London.A more accurate comeback, according to the latest statistics, is “just about anything I want”.

Source: The rise in stock of philosophy graduates | World news | The Guardian

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