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Graduates with bachelor’s degrees in
construction management are the Class of 2018’s top-paid business majors.
compensation, salaries, surveys, spotlight
First Destinations for the College Class of 2017 examines how college
graduates fare in their careers within six months of graduating. The report
provides outcomes—including types of employment, additional education, and
starting salary—for all degree levels.
first destination, graduate outcomes, salaries, trends and predictions, surveys
comparing both the first destinations and the lifelong professional outcomes
for women and men, there are some notable disparities, including in pay. What part
can higher ed play in eliminating the gender pay gap?
compensation, salaries, diversity and inclusion, journal
Class of 2018 graduates with master’s
degrees in multi/interdisciplinary studies and computer and information
sciences are the top-paid in the class.
The overall preliminary average starting
salary for the Class of 2018 is $50,004, which is down slightly from the
preliminary and final salaries for the Class of 2017.
While the percentage of Class of 2017 master’s grads who were employed dipped
from last year, a greater percentage decided to continue their education.
first destination, graduate outcomes, salaries, surveys, degrees, spotlight
Students mulling two job opportunities
place a strong emphasis on starting salary as their deciding factor.
compensation, salaries, student attitudes, surveys, spotlight
Computer engineering majors earned the top average starting salary among Class of 2017 engineering majors earning bachelor’s degrees.
First-destination outcomes for the Class of 2017 bachelor’s degree graduates are nearly identical to those for the Class of 2016, according to results of NACE’s annual First-Destination Survey.
first destination, graduate outcomes, salaries, spotlight
Computer and information science majors were among the Class of 2017’s top-paid majors at the master’s and doctoral degree levels.