11 majors with the highest unemployment rates
With college costs skyrocketing, this story of graduates with "unemployable majors" leaves many scratching their heads.
“Many people pick their college major based on what they are interested in. This is all well and good, but there are facts to be had, and we must face them. Some majors do better than others in the workforce.” So says a writer for The Huffington Post.
What’s the most unemployable major in today’s market? According to Census data obtained by The Wall Street Journal, it’s clinical psychology at a 19.5 percent unemployment rate.
Following closely behind: Miscellaneous Fine Arts, U.S. History, and Library Science.
Check out the complete slideshow of the most unemployable majors HuffingtonPost.com.