Degrees to Avoid- 6 Foolish Majors

We are not anti college degree, but a college degree needs to provide a return on investment. This article discusses your options.

Earning a college degree can be a great start in preparing you to pursue a career, the major you choose to study could heavily determine your employment prospects upon graduation.

Earning a college degree can be a great start in preparing you to pursue a career, the major you choose to study could heavily determine your employment prospects upon graduation.

So before you shell out the cash to go back to school, check out the degrees that you may want to think twice about before pursuing.

6 Foolish College Majors

Most of these majors experience a double digit unemployment prospect for recent grads according to the article.

The article does provide a nice counterpoint of alternative majors.

By the way, Manufacturing Institute estimates that 82% of manufacturers have openings for skilled employees. What if you first got some skills, then got a great paying, interesting job, and then had employer assistance to pursue your education?

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