It is not uncommon for persons to openly express regret with their choice of degree post-graduation.
I hear this quite often, and I am certain that there are many persons who continue to suffer in silence.
At the root of this dilemma, is very often the frustrating thought of one’s course of study not being as marketable as was originally envisaged – a common occurrence during a difficult job hunt.
Well guess what? Even where there is some merit to this notion, recruiters are today more concerned with the relevance of your perspective – and the extent to which you have demonstrated such – than the actual degree that you hold. Be encouraged by this!