Overall, Class of 2016 bachelor’s degree graduates saw their average starting salary rise 3.8 percent. Get free highlights from this preliminary report.
At the bachelor’s degree level, computer science, engineering, and mathematics/statistics majors currently command the highest starting salaries.
Overall, in real terms, bachelor’s degree level salaries have risen 5.9 percent since 1960.
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