Young Vietnamese shun maths for better-paying majors

08/30/2010 | VietNamNet Bridge

Vietnam's developing market economy has led to an increase in the number of students seeking degrees in finance and business, and a drop in those wanting to major in mathematics. University officials say math majors typically don't earn as much as those who major in these other subjects, and they are calling for policies that will encourage more young Vietnamese to study maths in college.

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