What’s the most sleep-deprived college major?
We all need to go to bed earlier
It is a truth universally acknowledged that college life is hectic. With extracurriculars, maintaining a solid GPA, partying, tailgating and making friends to worry about, it’s no surprise that students can get a little tired.
Research from Jawbone last year revealed that Columbia University in New York was the most sleep-deprived school in America. But what’s the most sleep-deprived college major? Data has revealed that architects work the hardest, averaging 22 hours work outside of class time.
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