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  1. Top-Paid Business Majors

    received the highest average starting salary among Class of 2015 bachelor’s degree graduates. … Forgot your password? Forgot your username? Not a member? Become one today. … Sign up online to join an active group of professionals and gain access to the industry's top resources . … If you need assistance, please contact NACE Member Services at 610.625.1032 between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. …

  2. Top-Paid Business Grads: MIS Majors

    NACE Center for Career Development and … majors were the top-paid Class of 2015 business graduates at the bachelor’s degree level, according to results of NACE’s Class of … Science $54,330 Accounting $51,426 International Business $49,989 Business Administration $49,494 Entrepreneurial Operations … Management $54,263 Finance $54,086 Business Economics $51,882 Accounting $49,420 Business Administration …

  3. Career Development for Graduating Business Students

    activities and workshops will help graduating business students during their last semester of school … by e-mail on request. One university’s college of business offers a review of LinkedIn profiles and … struggle with what they can do with their degree. Her strategy is to help them explore various … students figure out how they might use their degrees in those industries, and with the help of peer …

  4. Projected Top-Paid Business Bachelor’s, Master’s Grads

    March 08, 2017 | By NACE Staff … to be the top-paid Class of 2017 business graduates at the bachelor’s-degree level this year, while, among master’s degree graduates … information systems majors earning bachelor’s degrees starting salaries that average $59,642 … Figure 2: Projected Highest Paid Business Majors, Master’s Degree Level Major Average Starting Salary Marketing $86,318 Business Administration …

  5. Employer Demand for Graduates by Degree Level

    of respondents hiring the other degree levels—associate … the associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degree levels—continues to come from the business, engineering, and computer science fields. (See … Figure 1: Hiring expectations, by degree level Degree Level Average % of New College Hires in … Figure 2: Top degrees in demand, associate degree broad categories Broad Category % of Total Respondents …

  6. Demand Greatest for Bachelor’s Grads, Business Majors

    The composition of Class of 2018 hires by degree includes more than 80 percent of these new college hires having a bachelor’s degree. … for M.B.A.s or for other master’s degrees, and … 80 percent of respondents will hire business majors. Meanwhile, nearly three-quarters of respondents … to hire engineering majors and about two-thirds will hire computer science degrees. (See Figure 2.) …

  7. Computer Science Projected as Top-Paid Master’s Grads

    grads atop the list of the projected highest-paid master’s degree graduates for the Class of 2017. … Business degree graduates at the master’s degree level are also projected to receive higher average … 1: Projected average salaries by discipline/master's degrees, 2017 and 2016 Broad Category 2017 … Percent of Class of 2015 bachelor’s degree grads employed or pursuing more education …

  8. Top Salaries for Class of 2016 Advanced Degree Grads

    and related support services majors were the top advanced-degree earners from the Class of 2016. … top earners among Class of 2016 master’s degree graduates … at the doctoral level, graduates earning degrees in business, management, marketing, and related support services … for Class of 2016 Doctoral Degree Graduates Discipline Average Salary Business, management, marketing, and related support …

  9. Job Outlook: The Degrees and Majors Most in Demand

    Update plan to hire graduates at the bachelor’s-degree level from the Class of 2017, more than … one-quarter of respondents plan to hire graduates with doctoral degrees, up from just 15.7 percent that had the … academic discipline, graduates with engineering, business, and computer science majors remain most … Figure 1: Hiring Expectations by Degree Level for 2017 Degree Level Average Percentage of …

  10. Business Majors Dominate List of Top Majors in Demand

    January 08, 2018 | By NACE Staff … in demand by employers at the bachelor’s degree level fall in the business category continuing a shift away from high-tech … shift away from more high-tech majors toward business majors … in last year’s Job Outlook 2017 survey. In 2016, six of the top 10 top majors were in business. … Figure 1: Top Degrees in Demand (Bachelor’s Degree Level) Major # of Respondents …