Employment rate of bachelor's degree holders in the United States in 2009, by major

Employment rate of bachelor's degree holders in the U.S. 2009, by major This statistic shows the employment rate of bachelor's degree holders in the United States in 2009 by their respective majors. 98 percent of health majors were employed following completion of their bachelor's degrees.
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Share of U.S. students with a bachelor´s degree
Health98%
Education96%
Agricultural and Natural Resources96%
Biology and Life Science95%
Business95%
Law and Public Policy95%
Physical Sciences95%
Industrial and Consumer Services95%
Social Science94%
Communications and Journalism94%
Psychology and Social Work94%
Engineering94%
Computers and Mathematics94%
Humanities and Liberal Arts93%
Arts92%
Share of U.S. students with a bachelor´s degree
Health98%
Education96%
Agricultural and Natural Resources96%
Biology and Life Science95%
Business95%
Law and Public Policy95%
Physical Sciences95%
Industrial and Consumer Services95%
Social Science94%
Communications and Journalism94%
Psychology and Social Work94%
Engineering94%
Computers and Mathematics94%
Humanities and Liberal Arts93%
Arts92%
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This statistic shows the employment rate of bachelor's degree holders in the United States in 2009 by their respective majors. 98 percent of health majors were employed following completion of their bachelor's degrees.
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Release date
May 2011
Region
United States
Survey time period
2009
Supplementary notes
Data was sourced from the American Community Survey.
The data represents only people in the labor force.

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