You are in the last half of high school or just beginning college with the core curriculum. How do you choose what subject you want to major in?
Most students will approach this question from an emotional standpoint. What do they like doing? What are they passionate about? or what have they dreamt of becoming all of their lives?
Beyond these questions, it is only smart to look at where current jobs are available. After all, choosing a profession that is not in demand is not the smart thing to do. Additionally, choosing a profession that is predicted to die out is only going to require a person to have to get retrained in he future for a career that actually has solid jobs.
The bachelor degrees worth pursuing in these times are quite varied. The good degrees could end one up in a doctor’s office or hospital, a classroom, a bank or financial institution or elsewhere.
The following areas of study have the lowest unemployment rates and therefore would offer a good chance of employment after graduation.
Top Five Degrees
Elementary Education Degree
Business Management & Administration
Based on current unemployment rates one would advise students not to pursue the following degrees due to the difficulty of finding employment in their chosen field.
Top Degrees To Avoid
Degree in Information Technology
Degree in Architecture
Degree in Anthropology
Degree in Film, Video, Photography
Political Science Degree
So it is important when you are choosing your major in college or university that you choose a profession that will be in demand when you finish your degree. Further education is a huge commitment in time and money. Make it count!
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