|By Adam Belz, Star Tribune (Minneapolis)|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
Only 13 percent of those who earned a 2011 bachelor's degree in education, and only 14 percent with degrees in theology and religion had a full-time, year-round job in their second year after graduation, according to a new data tool from the
Computer science, business and engineering bachelor's degrees are the most likely to result in a full-time job that lasts through the whole second year after graduation.
"For the first time, we have a
The median annual wage for theology and religion majors was
The data reinforces anecdotal evidence of just how tough the job market still is for new graduates. Of almost 30,000 people who graduated from a
The tool, part of a collaborative effort with the
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