Thinking of your future career goals already? If so, what you study in college can make a big difference to your future job prospects.
According to a report by The Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, these are the top majors with the lowest unemployment rates:
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If you’re still deciding what you want to do when you get out of school, check out our guide below with a list of courses to take, potential jobs and one of the most important parts of deciding on a career — salary.
Classes you’d take: Economics, accounting, marketing, statistics, psychology
Some of the jobs you can get (and how much they pay):
Classes you’d take: Statistics, biology, learning, psychology of personalities, social psychology
Classes you’d take: General biology, organic chemistry, calculus, physics, evolution
Classes you’d take: Psychology, counseling, history, media, math, English
Classes you’d take: Media, history, journalism, sociology, anthropology, business
Classes you’d take: Programming, engineering, calculus, statistics, systems design and analysis
Classes you’d take: Government, economics, statistics, philosophy, history
That’s so good and helpful for someone to get a job.