With a sagging economy, graduating college students aren’t finding jobs. They are moving back in with mom and dad and waiting to find a job in their career. I spoke with one college graduate who was so frustrated because she can’t leave her waitressing job because there is no work in her field. She’s been working there since high school.
As students get ready to start their first year in college they have a tough decision to make regarding their college major. Listed below are the 5 top college majors that students should consider if they want to find work when they graduate.Debbie Haughton’s TV Interview below on 5 Top College Majors
On the Daily Buzz – Nationally Syndicated Cable News Show1. Engineering
2. Health Care
3. Business Administration/Management
Business Analyst (software implementation)
5. Digital Media
BONUS: A student becomes more employable if a second language is spoken especially Asian.
Unfortunately, many students entering into college choose majors that don’t set them up for finding work when they graduate. Those college majors are:
Most Popular College Majors with less job placement success
3. English Language/Literature
6. Political Science
10. Religious studies