Forget starting salaries above $40,000 and a choice of companies come graduation day. Students may be toting laptops and chatting by eMail, but they're shunning majors that would put them on a fast track for computer jobs.
Instead, they're sticking with business, law, health services, psychology, and other career paths where opportunities or pay may be less promising, according to a survey of college-bound teens.
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