As the job market changes, so do the best University majors in America. Choosing any one of the majors in this list can provide a post-grad an abundance of career opportunities.
These word-loving, critical analyst majors have arguable the most career choices than any other major. Graduate with a degree in Lit if you're the type of person who changes their mind often! Here are just a few: advertising, archivist, attorney, author, communications, journalist, editor, and hundreds more!
Communications majors prepare for a wide variety of different career paths. These are just a few: communications consultant, company spokesperson, journalist, lobbyist, speech writer, publicist, and even a politician. Watch out, poli-sci majors!
Graduating with a degree in Business means a career in Accounting, Finance, Product Management, Real Estate, Marketing, and so much more. Sales managers make approximately $97,000, so Business majors are definitely on their way to financial sucess!
A degree in education is a degree in making the world a better place. A post-grad with an Education degree will most likely become America's teachers, professors, librarians, guidance counselors, curriculum directors, and superintendents.
This major might include the toughest courses, but missing a few parties is definitely worth the extra study time. A Bio major will have plenty of chances to party when he/she is a successful research biologist, bio teacher, science journalist, vet, ecologist, or doctor.
Computer Science majors have the vast future ahead of them. Technological advancements are a result of successful computer science post-grads. Thank you, computer majors! Here are a few job options: computer scientist, programmer, software engineer, computer specialists, and just about any job at Apple!
If you graduate with a masters in Psychology, then you're well on your way to becoming a social worker, clinical psychologist, educational psychologist, probation officer, or even a forensic psychologist. There are many pyschology-related career choices that do not involve listening to people cry on the couch... but there's always that option too!
Are the difficulties of finding a job getting you down? Go back to school for an Economics degree! Whether the economy is rising or falling, there will always be an economy - and plenty of room for economy majors. Here are some Economics career choices: market analyst, research assistant, broker, loan officer, and investment analyst.
The demand for nurses is ever-increasing... and the career choices are many! A nursing degree can lends itself to any of the following jobs: clinical nurse, midwife, cardiac care nurse, nurse anesthetist, and nurser educator.
Poli-sci majors are politically inclined and probably want to change the world in some way or another... let's look at some of their career options: activist, attorney, campaign operative, congressional office, public opinion analyst, teacher, and lobbyist.