Thursday, May 24

Joyce Chang, a third-year mathematics of computation student, helped create a multimedia exhibition that documented the experiences of Holocaust survivors, such as Jacob Bresler. (Emma Skinner/Daily Bruin)
Joyce Chang, a third-year mathematics of computation student, helped create a multimedia exhibition that documented the experiences of Holocaust survivors, such as Jacob Bresler. (Emma Skinner/Daily Bruin)

(Liz Ketcham/Daily Bruin)
(Liz Ketcham/Daily Bruin)

A panel of law and sociology professors talked about the ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya people in Myanmar during an event Wednesday.  (Quanzhao "Ari" He/Daily Bruin)
A panel of law and sociology professors talked about the ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya people in Myanmar during an event Wednesday.  (Quanzhao "Ari" He/Daily Bruin)

The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3299 reached an impasse with the University of California over its contract negotiations, leading the University to set benefits for the rest of the fiscal year. (Daniel Miller/Daily Bruin)
The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3299 reached an impasse with the University of California over its contract negotiations, leading the University to set benefits for the rest of the fiscal year. (Daniel Miller/Daily Bruin)

Gilbert Cedillo, a city councilmember who helped write the California Dream Act, said he thinks the immigrant community should help Democrats gain a majority in Congress in 2018. (MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin)
Gilbert Cedillo, a city councilmember who helped write the California Dream Act, said he thinks the immigrant community should help Democrats gain a majority in Congress in 2018. (MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin)

Union members protested a Supreme Court case in front of Powell Library Monday. 
(Rachel Hefner/Daily Bruin)
Union members protested a Supreme Court case in front of Powell Library Monday. 
(Rachel Hefner/Daily Bruin)

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Humanities graduates report high job satisfaction despite lower pay

Arts and humanities graduates are happy with their jobs despite earning less money, according to a study published earlier this month. The American Academy of Arts and Sciences, which surveyed graduates from 2015, found that although humanities graduates are slightly more likely to be unemployed and earn less than engineering, social science, business and life science graduates, about 87 percent of all workers with a bachelor’s degree in the humanities were satisfied with their jobs. Read more...

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