Some fields of study can lead to low pay and limited job opportunities. By Stacy Rapacon, Online Editor September 25, 2017 College is expensive, and student loans can take years to repay, so it makes sense to study a subject that will quite literally pay off in the long run. Equally important, it helps to know which majors are unlikely to lead to fat paychecks and ample employment opportunities.See Also: 10 Best College Majors for Your Career 2017-2018 We analyzed data for 126 popular college majors to determine which majors typically come with the best hiring prospects and pay. Here are the 5 majors that landed at the bottom of the list. Sponsored Content 1. Photography Starting salary: $38,600 (median for all majors: $43,250) Mid-career salary: $56,500 (median for all majors: $74,700) Advertisement Annual online job postings: 7,788 2. Art Starting salary: $37,000 Mid-career salary: $59,600 Annual online job postings: 12,562 Advertisement 3. Radio & Television Starting salary: $38,600 Mid-career salary: $64,100 Annual online job postings: 7,355 4. Anthropology Starting salary: $40,500 Advertisement Mid-career salary: $63,200 Annual online job postings: 733 5. Graphic Design Starting salary: $40,200 Mid-career salary: $61,700 Annual online job postings: 30,910 See more of the worst college majors for your career.