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Engineering technologies and business/management/marketing/and related support services majors were the top advanced-degree earners from the Class of 2016.
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The overall average starting salary for a Class of 2016 bachelor’s degree graduate stands at $50,359, up less than 1 percent from last year.
Insurance coverage and company-matched 401(k) plans are nearly universal benefits offered by employers to employees involved in college recruiting.
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The average salaries and years of experience for career center directors and associate directors were highest among all career services positions.
Liberal arts/general studies majors are projected to be the top-paid Class of 2017 humanities graduates at the bachelor’s-degree level this year.
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Among STEM majors, women have limited representation in fields with very high earning potential, yet are highly concentrated in a field with very low earning potential.
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Physics and geology/geological sciences majors are the projected top-paid Class of 2017 math and sciences bachelor’s and master’s graduates.
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A new report from NACE details average salaries and more for core positions involved in college recruiting at employer organizations.
What are the projected top-paid Class of 2017 engineering majors? Chemical engineers at the bachelor’s level and software engineers among master’s graduates.
A study of the average starting salary offers illustrates the imbalance in earning potential between men and women on the basis of academic major.