College is expensive. Can someone tell me what to major in so I know that I can get a good job after I graduate?
College is expensive and most students want some type of assurance they will be employable after graduation. A college degree does not guarantee there will be a good job waiting for you upon graduation. It does however provide you with opportunities. A bachelor's degree will open doors for you that would not otherwise be open. On average, people with college degrees usually earn more money over their lifetime and usually experience less unemployment. But your major does not determine your success in the job market. Your success is determined by you and what you put into your college education and how you build your skills both inside and outside the classroom. As an urban university, PSU offers excellent opportunities to learn outside the classroom and gain practical experience through community service, internships, and work experience.