FARM LIFE NEWS
Mon May 20, 2013 12:55 PM CDT

Yahoo raised a lot of hackles in 2012 when the site posted an article maintaining a college diploma in agriculture ranked at the very top among most useless degrees for graduates seeking job opportunities.


Don’t try telling that to Brian Scott, who graduated in May 2012 with a bachelor of science degree in animal science from Angelo State University (ASU), in San Angelo, Texas.

Scott reports he had at least eight interviews with several companies before accepting a position as a feed mill assistant trainee in Yuma, Ariz., with the giant, multilocation JBS ...

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