Composition and rhetoric has the highest unemployment rate for post-graduates.
According to a census by career site Zippia, there are certain majors where unemployment rates highest.
Although some may think these majors may be related to art, society and communication, there are many others linked with science, engineering, technology and math.
Here are the top-ten considering to data from Zippia and Public Use Microdata Sample from the U.S. Census Bureau along with their unemployment rate:
- Composition And Rhetoric | 17.54%
- Environmental Science | 11.79%
- Anthropology And Archaeology | 11.76%
- Drama And Theater Arts | 11.42%
- Film Video And Photographic Arts | 11.24%
- Mass Media | 10.92%
- Fine Arts | 10.90%
- Area Ethnic And Civilization Studies | 10.84%
- Intercultural And International Studies | 9.93%
- Communication Technologies | 9.40%
Following majors are Biology, History, Advertising and Public Relations, Multi-Disciplinary or General Science, Computer Science, International Relations, Liberal Arts, Criminal Justice, Architecture, English Language and Literature, among others.
To retrieve information, the U.S. Census Bureau looked at the total number of people who graduated with each particular major.
Then, information was analyzed until they came up with percentages for each major’s unemployment level, which we then used to rank each major as presented earlier.
Stereotype exists in unemployment
Arts and communications degrees do rank as the toughest majors for landing a job.
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