Times are tough and getting a job is even tougher.
Does having a college degree give you a better chance of getting a job?
But, according to Course Hero’s recent blog post, graduates with certain majors are more likely to land a job than others. You can see from Course Hero how folks with undergraduate degrees are less exposed to unemployment here:
So, now you ask, “What should I major in so that I can get a job after college?”
We’re not going to tell you what you should do. After all, you should follow a path that interests you, but, if any of these careers fits your interest, you’re in luck. These careers are going through a growth spurt like a 13-year-old boy:
Accountants and auditors
Computer software engineers
Network systems and data communications analysts
Veterinary technologists and technicians
Skin care specialists
Biochemists and biophysicists
If studying to become a registered nurse, accountant or one of these other jobs means less a chance for unemployment, would you do it?
And if you need some advice on choosing your career, check out some of Cappex’s words of wisdom on the subject here!