New Study Shows Architecture, Arts Degrees Yield Highest Unemployment

By Peter Whoriskey, Washington Post
January 4, 2012

College kids may choose to spend their campus days studying the glories of Plato, Shakespeare and Le Corbusier. But, as a new study points out, there may be a steep price to pay. Recent college graduates with bachelor’s degrees in the arts, humanities and architecture experienced significantly higher rates of joblessness, according to a study being released Wednesday by Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce. More …

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