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“A study by Burning Glass Technologies and the Strada Institute for the Future of Work indicates that while more than 78% of recent graduates find work, about 43% are underemployed — either working part time or outside of their field of study. Many of them wind up in jobs that don’t even require a college degree […] Burning Glass notes the choice of majors is important. Liberal arts majors will find few non-teaching jobs available, while business majors will find that these popular fields of study will mean plenty of competition for jobs. Specialization increases one’s chances: underemployment for business majors is 43%, but it’s lower for those who specialize in finance or marketing, for example.”

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