I was a fine arts major. Painted, sculpted, drew, etched, etc. I had the foresight to take marketing classes my senior year. I was an art director for one of the top Ad agencies in NYC. It's tough now, not because I am not creative or skilled enough in art. But I don't have the computer skills of a kid coming out of college, with a degree in graphics, now. There were no computers when I was in school. I can do much of it, but I am not as at home with computers as younger people are. There are jobs in creative fields, it's what you do to prepare yourself. Peibeck, I am guessing that I misunderstood your post. However it came off as suggesting that art majors are not really doing much of anything. I am thinking that is not what you meant, but that is how I took it.