Here's the visualization for philosophy and religion majors:
Now the interesting thing about this is that it echoes what I tell students who come to me with the "what kind of job can I get with a philosophy major?" query. My answer is: Just about any kind you'd like. Philosophy majors have decent numbers of students in nearly every career path category. Granted, there are few more in law and education, but it's a striking representation of the idea that philosophy is good preparation for practically anything. (Well, except maybe engineering — if you squint you can make out the faintest of lines for that category.)
Compare this to the visualization for biology:
Here we see very strong tracking from major to career paths (health/medicine, obviously).
What I think we can sell students on with these graphics is the idea that while philosophy doesn't open any particular doors especially wide (in the way that biology seems to open the door to medical careers), it opens practically every door a little bit. So with the likely exception of law, if a student has her heart set on a career in a particular field, philosophy probably doesn't rule that field out (even if by itself, the choice to be a philosophy major doesn't provide a comparative advantage in that field). For students who want to keep their options, or who don't see a clear path yet for themselves, philosophy provides a skill set that enables vocational flexibility and adaptability. That's a very positive message to be able to broadcast — with evidence! — to students attracted to studying philosophy.