When it comes to jobs in the United States, it pays to have studied actuarial science. This is what the 24/7 Wall St. magazine
found by analysing data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2015 American Community Survey
on the undergraduate major and current employment status of college-educated Americans. Those among the graduates with a diploma in nuclear, industrial radiology or biological technologies can consider themselves likewise lucky: With a rate of 0.1%, the chance of unemployment
within this industry is very low, too.
In contrast, the highest unemployment rate was found for graduates who majored in fine arts, with 11.7 % remaining without a job in 2015.