There are some college majors that get a bad rap because people assume they won't land you a stable career after college.
So, for people who studied majors that are often considered "useless," what do you do for work now?
Maybe you followed your passion and studied music or fine arts — and you're now a working artist who's worked on some pretty cool projects (despite the fact that your parents thought you wouldn't make it).
Maybe you were a communications major — even though people said it was too "broad" — and you ended up securing your dream job where you DO use the skills you learned.
Perhaps you studied a major just because you found it super fascinating, like philosophy or political science — and then, you surprised everyone by becoming an entrepreneur and starting a business you love.
We want to know your story! If you majored in something "useless" in college, tell us what your major was and what you do now for work in the comments below. Or, if you prefer to remain anonymous, you can share your answer using this Google form. Your response could be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Community post!