Warren Bostrom, Accounting & Finance
The research question I chose was "Do happiness levels vary among graduates with accounting majors who have chosen different career paths?" The method I used to get my data was a survey. Overall, the average happiness score from my survey was 4.72/6 (see table 4). The average happiness score in the U.S. is only 4.30. I did a t-test for this and got a p value of .00. With this, I can say that there is substantial evidence to suggest that people who graduate with accounting/finance majors tend to be significantly happier than the average U.S. person.
Shrode, Jacob, "Happiness & Accounting/Finance Careers" (2015). Celebrating Scholarship & Creativity Day. 73.