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What can the economy do to lower the percentage rates of unemployment that are affecting college graduates in the liberal arts and architecture majors The economy has suffered many years of unemployment especially for college graduates Now a days college graduates cant not get a job in certain fields they want to major in There have been many statistics on unemployment rates that have shown majors that have low rates compared to other majors that have higher rates and make more money Since the percentage rates of unemployment are high in the majors of Philosophy Fine Arts and Architecture college graduates are not majoring in those fields Although they are not majoring in those fields graduates could see that the majors they are choosing are going to have an effect on their lifestyle and which will later on in the future have an effect on them paying back paying back their loans How have the percentage rates affected college graduates in the majors of Philosophy Fine Arts and Architecture The percentages rates have increased in these majors heuristically between the years of 2009 through 2011 They also have the highest percentages rates of unemployment for a good amount of years In the In 2009 the unemployment rate for graduates majoring in the Architecture field was at 139 percent of the population Carnevale 4 This reason was because there was collapse of the home business industry and construction during the recession Carnevale 4 But in 2011 Architecture majors still had a high percentage rates The rate was 128 percent of the population It might of had been a little lower but it is still high This can conclude that the risk of unemployment can be greater for college graduates when trying to get employed elsewhere in the economy and as well as a recession The second highest of unemployment rates is Liberal Arts which in
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