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AAAS offers job outlook for majors

Updated: Oct 26, 2023

Humanities Majors at Work in all 50 States: What They Earn, What They Do

In the first national study of its kind, the Humanities Indicators project (American Academy of Arts and Sciences) reports on the career outcomes of humanities majors in every state and the District of Columbia, drawing on data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey. The profiles estimate the number of humanities majors working full-time in each state, their median earnings relative to other college graduates and those without college degrees, how they are distributed across occupations, and their unemployment rate. Also: the data include comparisons with data from Engineering, (Natural) Sciences, Social Sciences, and Business.

Here is the info on the state of Georgia, which I discussed today in my Intro to Literature, Media, and Communication class:



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