It is often better and more efficient from an educational standpoint to have a Minor that related to your Major, especially when you are considering going into a field is competitive to find a job. Having said that, there is nothing wrong with having a not totally relevant Minor. For instance, I have a degree in Finance but by Minor was in Psychology. I originally majored in Psychology but personally discovered that I wanted to seek a practical degree that would make me more employable. Psychology turned out to be very useful with my career in sales, so you'd be surprised how these subjects can complement each other. To make you more employable as a "backup" I would recommend making General Business a Minor. If nothing else, it teaches you good skills that are translatable to many other professions.