The Wall Street Journal published a really cool article about how there just may be a silver lining to the current job market. The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) just conducted their Winter 2010 Salary Survey…. and guess what? (answers after the jump)
Engineers take up nearly every top slot for highest average salary offer! While the average starting salary for all bachelor’s degree graduates was $48, 351…. Engineers top the chart at one-and-one-half times that at $86,220!
Average Salary Offer
|Mining & Mineral Engineering (incl. geological)||$64,552|
|Electrical/Electronics & Communications Engineering||$59,074|
|Information Sciences & Systems||$54,038|
Source: Winter 2010 Salary Survey, National Association of Colleges and Employers.Data represent offers to bachelor’s degree candidates where 10 or more offers were reported.
Check out the Wall Street Journal Article or the NACE source for even more info.
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