Architecture And Art Degrees Lead To Highest Levels Of Unemployment, According To New Study

Ever wondered what the most unemployable majors was?

On Wednesday, new study published in Georgetown University's Center on Education and the Workforce found that architecture, humanities and arts degrees lead to the greatest levels of unemployment.

The Washington Post has more:

Among recent college graduates, those with the highest rates of unemployment had undergraduate degrees in architecture (13.9 percent), the arts (11.1 percent) and the humanities (9.4 percent), according to the study.

The recent college graduates with the lowest rates of unemployment had degrees in health (5.4 percent), education (5.4 percent), and agriculture and natural resources (7 percent.) Those with business and engineering degrees also fared relatively well.

Want to know more about unemployable majors? Check out our slide show of the 11 worst. Don't want to get more depressed? Check out the 14 most employable majors.

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