It's a classic argument in economics: If you can find a way to make a market, then that market will thrive.In economics, there's the so-called thomas law: If your prices are high, your prices will go up.If they're low, they will go down.If you're able to get prices to converge, you can create a market.This has been a cornerstone of the free market system since Adam Smith in the 17th century.But wh...
As many as 40 percent of undergraduate sociology graduates will go on to work at large corporations, with the rest finding work in academia, according to a survey released on Thursday.
The survey from the Stanford Graduate School of Business said that nearly 60 percent of graduates will work in fields like human-resources management, sales and marketing, finance, media and communications, and advertising.
There are no details on the industries in which graduates work.
Stanford’s Graduate School, which is the largest in the world, also has more than 1,400 undergraduates working in graduate programs.