What Are Michigan’s Most, and Least, Profitable College Majors?
In my opinion, very few 18-year-olds in Michigan can confidently decide what they want to do for the rest of their lives. Heck, I know a lot of 40 to 70-something-year-old adults who STILL can't answer the "What do you want to be when you grow up" question without shrugging their shoulders and chuckling.
Working in radio, I can confidently speak for most of my co-workers by saying: We don't do this for the money, we do it because we genuinely love what we do.
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Keep in mind, that this advice is coming from someone who was asked to go home by Michigan State University, but I say don't spend your life being miserable with money. Find out how to make a living doing something you enjoy.
By that logic, that means that there is someone who truly enjoys cleaning large clots of hair from drains. Good for them! But that's not one of those careers you talk about with your guidance counselor, is it?
Every job, even the ones you love, will have aspects you don't enjoy. That's why I recommend finding an employer, and a career, that offers perks. Free coffee and the occasional bagel is all you need to keep most radio folks content.
However, if you want to choose your profession and how you're going to spend the next several decades of your life solely on the all-mighty dollar, then let's take a look at the most, and least profitable college majors in Michigan.
The 5 Most, and 5 Least, Profitable College Majors in Michigan
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