I have a question for anyone here who has graduated with a fine-arts degree, or knows someone who has. Will this degree be useful to me, or is the common stereotype about art degrees being a waste-of time true? In less than a year, I'll likely be graduating college with a fine arts degree. I went for this degree mainly because my college didn't offer anything else extremely interesting to me. I've never been interested in the medical field, business, or math. I've always liked drawing and other art-related creative things, so it made sense to progress those skills. For most of my college life, I've never really concerned myself with whether it will be a useful degree. Probably because graduation seemed so far off. But recently I've been a bit worried that the stereotype might be true, since I'll probably be stepping into the workplace in less than a year. Will an art degree let me get a job that pays the bills? I've never cared about being rich, but I also don't want to be struggling years down the road. Do a lot of employers frown upon art degrees, or is it "just another degree"?