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Top 10 Highest Paying Master’s Degrees

Top 10 Highest Paying Master’s Degrees

Ever wonder which degree to take on after your bachelor’s? Or ever wonder if you made the right choice with your career path? Forbes did the research and found out exactly which degrees have the highest earning potential. Whether you’re just curious or thinking to enroll into classes, let’s see if you can guess the top paying master’s degrees! (Small preview: when your parents told you to become an engineer, let’s just say you probably should have listened).

No. 10 Chemical Engineering
Early career pay: $72,900
Mid-career pay: $124,000

No. 9 Technology Management
Early career pay: $63,600
Mid-career pay: $125,000

No. 8  Electronics & Communications Engineering
Early career pay: $84,300
Mid-career pay: $125,000

No. 7 Taxation
Early career pay: $60,700
Mid-career pay: $126,000

No. 6  Biomedical Engineering
Early career pay: $68,400
Mid-career pay: $126,000

No. 5  Electrical Engineering
Early career pay: $78,000
Mid-career pay: $126,000

No. 4 Computer Science
Early career pay: $89,000
Mid-career pay: $127,000

No. 3 Electrical & Computer Engineering
Early career pay: $80,600
Mid-career pay: $128,000

No. 2 Nurse Anesthesia
Early career pay: $139,000
Mid-career pay: $159,000

No. 1 Petroleum Engineering
Early career pay: $96,500
Mid-career pay: $173,000

 

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