Published On: Jun 10 2013 11:59:38 AM CDTUpdated On: Jun 11 2013 01:00:00 AM CDT
A study by Georgetown University looked at whether it still pays to get a college degree, and has ranked the college majors with the highest and lowest unemployment rates. Here are the Top 10 in each category:
5.9 percent unmployment rate
5.8 percent unemployment rate
3. Physical fitness, parks & recreation
5.2 percent unemployment rate
2. Elementary education
5 percent unemployment rate
4.8 percent unemployment rate
(Highest) 5. Political science
11.1 percent unemployment rate
4. Film, video & photography arts
11.4 percent unemployment rate
12.6 percent jobless rate
12.8 percent unemployment rate
1. Information systems
14.7 percent unemployment rate
Click here to view a copy of the Georgetown University study.
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