The 10 college majors with the lowest unemployment rates.

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by Koolcypher, Nov 9, 2011.

  1. Koolcypher

    Koolcypher Member

  2. BrandeX

    BrandeX New Member

    Dude, like I totally can't even pro-nounce most of those. Like, man- where are the jobs for the communications and filosofy majers and stuff like that dude?

    p.s. math sucks lol

    ( :) Sorry for the gag, but it shouldn't be a surprise with so many reports lately regarding unemployed graduates, that people whose studies were of the more STEM variety are not lacking employment.)
  3. Maniac Craniac

    Maniac Craniac Moderator Staff Member

    My brother is going for Actuarial Science. It looks like he is making the right decision :cool:

    TEKMAN Semper Fi!

    I disagree with the list; but I might be bias. :reporter:
  5. AClockworkGreen

    AClockworkGreen New Member

    What do you disagree with? Is there a methodological problem?
  6. GeeBee

    GeeBee Member

    Uggh... that's like fingernails on a chalkboard, dude. You might be biased, but I doubt you are bias.
  7. PatsGirl1

    PatsGirl1 New Member

    His first language isn't English... cut him some slack.
  8. GeeBee

    GeeBee Member

    Sorry. Consider slack to be cut. I hear it a lot from people whose first language IS English, including the local district attorney, and it rubs me the wrong way!
  9. nicolasdavis

    nicolasdavis New Member

    Interesting. I've got the degree belong to the lowest unemployment rate. Nowadays, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released a report for July stating that the unemployment rate in 28 states actually increased. Though this is not devastating, and the national unemployment rate actually decreased, it is news that could mean the economy is at a standstill once again. If there are not enough jobs for everyone, you could get left out. The best solution would be to work for yourself at (link deleted by moderator)
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