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Shelley Bowers

A "good salary" is a very relative term. What is good for one may not be for another. Additionally, career does not always equate a certain major. You should look intrinsically within yourself and ask what is a good salary to you? Look at career opportunities that fit that? Then research what majors typically find jobs within that career field. That should give you a few options major wise to choose from. I think it's important to remember that ones major doesn't equate one specific job field. Yes, there are a few vocational majors that lead directly to a career (i.e. teaching, nursing, engineering) but for the most part with majors that is not the case.

Answered 7 years ago

Shelley Bowers