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Choosing These 20 College Majors Will Pay Off the Least

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20. Science and Computer Teacher Education
> Avg. annual earnings: $38,371
> 2018 unemployment rate: 2.1%
> Total labor force: 78,457

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19. Cosmetology Services and Culinary Arts
> Avg. annual earnings: $38,343
> 2018 unemployment rate: 3.7%
> Total labor force: 59,238

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18. Theology and Religious Vocations
> Avg. annual earnings: $38,253
> 2018 unemployment rate: 2.2%
> Total labor force: 337,277

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17. Human Services and Community Organization
> Avg. annual earnings: $38,015
> 2018 unemployment rate: 4.0%
> Total labor force: 112,720

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16. Mathematics Teacher Education
> Avg. annual earnings: $37,587
> 2018 unemployment rate: 1.2%
> Total labor force: 101,386

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