Despite the anti-philosophy rhetoric, philosophy majors do very well in the job market. A recent study by The Federal Reserve Bank of New York shows that in 2015, only five percent of philosophy majors were unemployed, six months after graduation — a percentage that has been decreasing for years. … More In 2015, only 5% of Philosophy Majors were unemployed, six months after graduation.
538 is the nations most respected site for sports, politics, and economic statistical analysis. The took issue presidential candidate’s Marco Rubio’s comment that “welders make more than philosophers, we need more welders and less philosophers.” So they analyzed the statistics. … More Philosophers Don’t Get Much Respect, But Their Earnings Don’t Suck
The National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) has shown that philosophy is at least as good of an investment as engineering and health fields. … More Return on Investment in a Philosophy Major Is Comparable To That Of an Engineering Major