Perhaps making top dollar is not your son or daughter's goal in attending college. But you want to see them be able to earn a living when they graduate, don't you? Are you concerned that their major may lead them down a dead-end career path? College planning is about much more than how to pay for college and get financial aid. It's also about exploring a student's interests and abilities, helping them identify schools that match their interests and majors that will lead to a satisfying career.
Here's an article from Forbes about the 20 majors with the highest starting salaries in 2016. Like I said, maybe being a top-earner is not your top priority. But the ability to earn a living after college should be, shouldn't it?