Did you graduate with a degree that’s getting you nowhere in the job market? Even though the unemployment rate is at its lowest rate in years, some college majors are notorious for leaving graduates out of work.

Ten fields have miserable unemployment rates for recent graduates, according to new research by Zippia, a career platform. On the bright side, a few of these fields offer attractive side hustle possibilities.

Consider cosmetology, a profession which suffers with a 5.9 percent overall unemployment rate, according to Zippia. An online job platform called BeGlammed pays licensed hairstylists, make-up artists and nail technicians between $30 and $90 per hour to gussy-up clients who are getting ready for special occasions, such as weddings and television appearances. Another site, called GlamSquad, also finds jobs for cosmetologists. However, the site pays far less – between $14 and $16 per hour.

Those who studied culinary arts have similarly dire full-time work prospects, Zippia’s research says. But the side hustle options are myriad and attractive.

If you’re a trained chef in the Los Angeles and Orange County, California, areas, you can apply with Hello Cheffy. HelloCheffy books personal chefs for private client events. Chefs write up proposals that include the suggested menu and the cost, factoring in the chef’s time and profit margin. The proposal is either accepted or rejected by the client. Because the people who can afford to hire private chefs tend to be affluent, they’re not particularly cost-conscious, a HelloCheffy executive says. That allows chefs to earn considerably more than the $20 per hour average pay in the culinary industry.

Other options: EatWith and Feastly allow cooks to prepare and serve meals in their own homes. DishDivvy and Kouzina allow chefs to prepare meals for take-out.

What if you studied foreign language? To be sure, your language degree could snag you a job as a translator, working for the state department or for your local court system. You could also work as a language tutor for sites such as Wyzant or Varsity Tutors. Or, you could find a job teaching overseas through TeachAway.

And that vague “interdisciplinary social studies” degree may not have given you a clear career path in the 9-to-5 world. But with a smattering of education in a wide array of topics, such as history, geography, communications and behavioral science, you could be a great tour guide. Tours by Locals allows guides to set their own agenda. The guides detail what the tourists will see, how long it will take, the number of people who can be included in each tour and the per-participant price. The site takes 20% of your fee to market your services, but you set the price. Two other companies, Vayable and Viator, do much the same.