This has been making headlines lately. As an advocate of education, I feel the need to respond to it.
Others have already discussed the relative value of her degree (BS in digital media with a music minor), as well as her attitude toward employment, so I'll leave those points. What I want to address is this part:
But none of that really matters
As parody or sarcasm, perhaps as an existential rant on employers' recruiting practices as they pertain to non-STEM degrees, I like it. If it's serious, I feel bad for her past four years.
Still, come on, graduation is a milestone in life.