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College can get expensive, so choosing a major that can help you get a job — and potentially make money — is a big part of getting the most out of the experience.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York recently released a report on the labor market for recent college grads, including what types of degree most frequently lead to work and what typical early career and mid-career income looks like for each.
We grabbed the majors with the worst and best employment rates from the report, although we did leave out vague references to “miscellaneous” categories.
Following are the worst degrees for employment today, followed by the best.
1. Fine arts
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