The Top 10 College Majors That Will Land You A Job
Oh no, another "best college majors" list? Best is definitely an ambiguous word, one that doesn't really mean much without context. What may be the best degree for someone else may not be the best for you. Some people value money, some value fun, but I think that we can agree that we all value actual employment opportunities. A degree is pointless without employment, so we found which college degrees are most likely to land you a job.
6. Sociology/Social Work
42.5% of students who choose to major in sociology or social work have a job opportunity set up by their graduation date. There are plenty of opportunities for employment for sociologists and social workers, so look no further if you are still undecided about a major.
5. Business Administration
Well, here we are. We are down to the top five majors that will practically guarantee you a job. An impressive 54.3% of business administration majors will have a job lined up by the time they graduate college. That’s a very high number, and if you are a strong and competitive student, your chances as a candidate for the job will increase exponentially.
Engineering is perhaps one of the most difficult majors, but it is also one of the most rewarding. Engineers are not only the highest paid college graduates, but also among the most highly sought after, with 59% of them having jobs lined up upon graduation. With dozens of fields of engineering out there, from mechanical to chemical to biomedical, there is a wide and limitless horizon for the fearless and intellectual engineering majors.