Picking the right major is crucial if you wanna make money and not live with your parents forever.
Unfortunately, if you have a fine arts degree, it's going to be tough to move out. A financial website Bankate, looked at 162 college majors.
Fine Arts majors get it twice as bad. They have the hardest time finding a job. When they do, they make less than 41K (the average in the survey was 71k a year).
Here's the bottom 5 majors for earning money...
#158 Visual and Performing Arts -average income $43,996 -unemployment 4.0%
#159 Cosmetology Services and Culinary Arts -average income $42,362 -unemployment 4.7%
#160 Clinical Psychology -average income $51,022 -unemployment 4.8%
#161 Composition and Speech -average income $44,211 -unemployment 4.9% and...
#162 out of 162 Miscellaneous Fine Arts -average income -$40,855 -unemployment 9.1%
On the flip side, here's the top 5 majors.
1 Actuarial Science $108,658
3. Nuclear Engineering $108,591
4. Health and Medical Preparatory Programs $130,308
5. Applied Mathematics $105,679