College is where a lot of people hope to find themselves and explore avenues of interest with their majors. There are some degrees that fare better than others in the job market, some more obviously than others.
Bankrate published an article outlining most recently, the most and least valuable degrees.
Naval architecture and marine engineering takes the top spot on the list of most valuable college majors, according to a Bankrate study of 162 degrees. Drama and theater arts, on the other hand, is the least valuable, at least in terms of making a living after graduation.
Do you disagree with their findings? Does your degree really matter when breaking into the workforce? Any other thoughts?