The worst-paying jobs for college grads boast this sneaky advantage

Washington Post | AP/DRJ Geppert/Sentinel

Researchers at the Hamilton Project found that students who studied finance, engineering and computer science tend to make the most money after graduation, while those who majored in counseling, social work and early childhood education saw the lowest wages — but in fields computers aren’t likely to dominate.

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