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I'm a civil engineering major going to the University of Maryland. I'm supposed to graduate in December 2011. My GPA is 3.213. I was thinking of changing my concentration in engineering because the construction industry is in a terrible situation and it doesn't seem to be getting better. Right now I'm on the infrastructure track (bridges, buildings, roads) but I'm thinking about changing to either the environmental engineering track or the transportation/project management track. How are those fields doing in terms of jobs and long-term employment growth?
I'm also thinking of leaving engineering and going into one of these majors:
How are those majors for employment potential? These are majors I have an interest in so it's not all about money.