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Nearly 60% of Class of 2019 bachelor’s grads were employed in full-time positions with a traditional employer and nearly 19% were going on for an advanced degree by the end of 2019.
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Starting salaries are expected to increase among many master’s degree majors this year.
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Data from NACE’s Winter 2021 Salary Survey show the value of computer sciences majors in the current job market.
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The average starting salary projections for all reported categories of majors for Class of 2021 bachelor’s degree graduates show increases, albeit some of them are on the smaller side.
Transportation and materials moving majors earned the highest average starting salary by far among Class of 2019 associate degree graduates.
Several career services practitioners offer their approach for determining an appropriate scholarship amount for interns who are unpaid or underpaid.
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Computer sciences majors have the highest starting salary at the master’s-degree level for the Class of 2019, while business grads are the top-paid at the doctoral level.
The final overall average starting salary for the Class of 2019 is $53,889, which is up 5.8 percent over the final average starting salary of $50,944 for the Class of 2018.
There is very little differentiation in the average salaries for each of the career services positions until one gets to the management level.
Computer science majors are projected to have the highest starting salary among Class of 2020 graduates earning bachelor’s degrees in the computer sciences discipline.