By Laura Shin for LearnVest
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Unemployment has remained stubbornly high the last few years, but certain groups suffer higher rates than others.
Education is a big factor, with less educated groups experiencing more unemployment.
For instance, among workers who only have high school diplomas, almost one in four are unemployed, compared to one in ten recent college grads.
But unemployment can vary in other ways: by college major.
A recent report by Georgetown’s Center on Education and the Workforce breaks it down—and in short, it says, “Don’t major in architecture or the arts.” OK, so maybe that wasn’t an actual quote.
Check out the graphic above, which is based on 2009-2010 census data.