Tech firms hire for all kinds of majors. Is UCLA smaller in CS and engineering than USC and UCSD?
None of the Ivy League sent many students to Silicon Valley, but Wall Street fund managers are mainly from Ivy’s. It just proves that Wall Street is more monied that Silicon Valley.
One obvious thing is that Silicon Valley hires heavily from local schools and in-state schools. If you want to work for Wall Street, better to Ivy’s or NYC schools. If you want to work for tech firms, better go to schools in Bay Area. To be honest, tech firms are not selective and a mediocre person can easily go work a high income tech job. Wall Street is highly selective, you need to be good.
Ivy’s are bad schools that waste too much social resource and produce a small number of useless people. We need to implement a socialism in terms of per student funding for all schools. Also we need to have Wall Street to hire from all schools equally. Janitor union also need to have equal number of graduates from each school