College Majors with the Best & Worse Employment Prospects

Once a student completes their college education they expect to be employable and employed. The Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce has been studying student employment after graduation. The Wall Street Journal has also created an interactive web site where users can compare wages and employment by major.

http://www.myfoxal.com/story/15995258/10-college-majors-with-low-unemployment-rates

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About David San Filippo, Ph.D.

I am David San Filippo. I am an educator and consultant in the fields of business and human science. My business expertise are in the areas of leadership, ethics, vocational consulting, and Social Security Disability representation. My human science areas of expertise and interest are interpersonal communication, ethics, loss & bereavement, human consciousness, death & dying, and near-death experiences.
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