1. Animal Science
This is the study of animal biology, anatomy, and physiology, mainly for training in the livestock agricultural industry. Initially, the jobs most widely available are in the support of farms and ranches, and thus the pay is quite low ($31,000), but better wages are to had in research and lab work.
Ideally, someone shouldn’t be forced to choose a career based strictly on salary, but often times, doing what you truly love won’t pay the bills. However, some of the aforementioned pursuits can serve as stepping stones to more lucrative employment. In a more enlightened world, jobs such as preschool teaching, child development, and social work would be highly respected and richly compensated. Perhaps in the future this will be the case, but for now, the STEM majors remain the best investment for your educational time and money.
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