Special Report

College Majors With Highest (and Lowest) Unemployment

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5. Public policy

> Unemployment: 6.5%
> Typical salary: $97,299
> Total labor force: 31,494
> Total unemployed: 2,059

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4. Film video and photographic arts
> Unemployment: 6.6%
> Typical salary: $55,147
> Total labor force: 164,953
> Total unemployed: 10,914

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3. Composition and rhetoric
> Unemployment: 6.9%
> Typical salary: $49,977
> Total labor force: 87,206
> Total unemployed: 6,012

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2. Social psychology

> Unemployment: 7.3%
> Typical salary: $54,430
> Total labor force: 10,808
> Total unemployed: 790

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1. Miscellaneous fine arts
> Unemployment: 11.7%
> Typical salary: $43,721
> Total labor force: 11,430
> Total unemployed: 1,332

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