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Degrees in Demand

In today’s topsy-turvy economic times, these 10 college degrees are drawing the greatest interest from the nation’s employers, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers.

This list includes the degree and average salary:

Accounting      $48,993
Mechanical Engineering    $58,766
Electrical Engineering     $60,125
Computer Science     $61,407
Business Admin/Management  $44,944
Economics/Finance     $49,884
Information Sciences and Systems   $52,089
Computer Engineering    $61,738
Management Information Systems   $50,275
Marketing/Marketing Management   $43,325

 Source: National Association of Colleges and Employers Job Outlook 2009 and Summer 2009 Salary Survey


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2 Responses to Degrees in Demand

  1. David says:

    What about healthcare related degrees? i.e. medical and nursing?

  2. Pingback: MBA vs. CPA

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