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Choosing These 20 College Majors Will Pay Off the Least

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15. Studio Arts
> Avg. annual earnings: $37,423
> 2018 unemployment rate: 2.5%
> Total labor force: 107,321

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14. Special Needs Education
> Avg. annual earnings: $37,022
> 2018 unemployment rate: 1.0%
> Total labor force: 263,620

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13. Social Work
> Avg. annual earnings: $36,303
> 2018 unemployment rate: 2.4%
> Total labor force: 554,692

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12. Social Science Or History Teacher Education
> Avg. annual earnings: $36,001
> 2018 unemployment rate: 1.5%
> Total labor force: 135,776

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11. Family and Consumer Sciences
> Avg. annual earnings: $34,182
> 2018 unemployment rate: 2.7%
> Total labor force: 427,344

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