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Okay so quite frankly I'm not that great at math. I don't suck at it, but I don't really enjoy it. All these lists and studies I see of the highest-paying majors and 'best' majors only seem to show majors that require a high aptitude and somewhat high passion for math. Quite frankly it's given me the impression that most people who aren't good at math will be relegated to reaching their peak income at around $60K, unless you go into something like law.
But I know that isn't true. So what are some good majors (that is, majors that lead to generally well-paying fields) for those of us who would rather not think in numbers 24/7?