College Majors With the Highest Unemployment Rates

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Looking for a college major or what college majors to stay away from? Here are the college majors with the highest unemployment rates.

Drama and Theatre Arts
This major is your front row ticket to everything and everything theatre. You will learn everything from front stage to back stage. The unemployment rate is 5.3 percent and the average salary is around $45,000.

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies
These studies don’t really touch on one specific thing. You will explore a specific theme or topic that involves at least two distinct areas of study. The unemployment rate is 5.6 percent and the average salary is around $44,000.

Film Video and Photographic Arts
Whether is a disposable camera or a high tech video camera, get them ready. The unemployment rate is 6 percent and the average salary is around $49,000.

Mining and Mineral Engineering
The unemployment rate is 6.2 percent and the average salary is around $82,000.

Educational Psychology
If you want to work with children and or young adults find their way, this may be for you. But we aware, the unemployment rate is 6.5 percent and the average salary is around $38,000.

Linguistics, Comparative Language, and Literature
Here you will be studying dialect and how it has developed over time. The unemployment rate is 6.7 percent and the average salary is around $41,000.

Petroleum Engineering
Have a love for physics, chemistry, and biology? This may be for you. But the science based profession’s unemployment rate is 7.9 percent and the average salary is around $118,000.

Military Technologies
This is a pretty intense position which is probably why the unemployment rate is SO high. The unemployment rate is 8.9% and the average salary is around $60,000.

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