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The Best and Worst Jobs for College Grads Right Now

The Best and Worst Jobs for College Grads Right Now

Study what you love or go for the best paycheck?

This is an internal debate many college students ask themselves in the face of harder economic times that have lead to some career paths being worse off than others. According to this infographic by H&R Block, those who’ve recently majored in the humanities and social sciences like anthropology, film, history and art have some of the worst unemployment rates. Meanwhile, those majoring in fields like finance, computer science, and business have the highest chance of being employed. As the economy starts to recover, these statistics may become less drastic. But for now, college grads should know what they’re getting themselves into.

    Featured photo credit: Does Higher Income Equal A Higher Paycheck?/H&R Block via blogs.hrblock.com

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    Published on September 8, 2019

    The Lifehack Show Episode 7: Following Your Calling

    The Lifehack Show Episode 7: Following Your Calling

    In this episode, Joseph Wilner, licensed clinical psychotherapist and certified life-coach, talks about finding and fulfilling your calling in life. Joseph blends his passion of music, and following his dreams of being a drummer, with his expertise in psychology to help people live a more intentional and meaningful life.

    Joseph believes everyone has a calling, or several callings, where their passions and strengths can merge to create a successful life of contribution and significance.

     

      Joseph Wilner

      Episode 7: Following Your Calling

      Also available on Apple Podcasts and YouTube.

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