By: Rachel Koehn | Washington, DC – A recent survey found that the best-paying jobs for people with a bachelor’s degree are still jobs that require a bachelor of science degree.
In fact, in 2017, the median wage for college graduates with a master’s degree was $41,500, a 10% increase from 2016.
But that number dropped to $39,100 in 2018, while the median salary for those with a PhD was $59,400, a 6% increase.
For bachelor’s degrees, the number of jobs with a Bachelor of Science degree dropped from 13% in 2016 to 8% in 2018.
The number of positions with a Doctor of Science and Engineering degree went from 19% in 2017 to 12% in 2019.
The median salary of those with Ph.
D.s went from $76,700 in 2017 – $73,700 last year – to $75,000 in 2019, an 8% increase over the same period.
What’s more, the average age of the top 10% of respondents in 2018 was 39 years old, compared to 37 in 2020 and 29 in 2017.
This trend has continued, as the top earners have gotten older and the median age has increased, which means that the gap between the rich and the rest of the country has widened.
For example, the top one percent of earners in 2018 earned $17.4 million, while they earned just $7.9 million in 2020.
The top 10 percent of respondents have gotten more affluent over time, while middle-class Americans have gotten less affluent.
The bottom 90% of earners earned just 10% in the same time frame.
For the bottom 90%, median income dropped from $16,200 in 2016, to $14,200 last year.
That’s a drop of over $5,000.
For those with no bachelor’s or associate’s degrees in 2017: Median income fell from $41.40 in 2016 $41 in 2018 $42 in 2019 $45 in 2020 The median annual income for the top 1% of those who held a bachelor or associate degree fell from more than $140,000 to just $114,000 last year, and the average for those in the middle fell from about $57,600 to just under $60,000 over the last decade.
For graduates with PhDs: Median earnings fell from over $130,000 a year to $83,000 this year.
For students with bachelor’s and master’s degrees: Median annual income fell to just over $60.00 this year from $60 a year earlier.
The typical graduate earned about $75K a year in the 2017-2018 academic year.
In 2018, they earned $73K a share of total earnings.
For grads with a doctorate, median annual earnings dropped from more $84K to $76K.
The average income for that level of education rose from $75.00 to $87.50.
The gap between rich and poor Americans has narrowed, while it has widened for those without a college degree.
It’s time to take a look at the jobs that will help you pay off your college debt.
The following is a guide to the top five jobs for someone with a college education.
The jobs listed below are not all inclusive of everything that can be done at these companies, but they provide a glimpse into what’s available to graduates.
These jobs can offer you a variety of income streams that pay well, but also give you the opportunity to live in the city where you studied or live.
In addition, some of the jobs are also great opportunities to earn extra cash by taking out student loans.
The job listings below are available to you on the White House Jobs Page.
The Jobs Page also has a list of the most popular college jobs for graduates.
The Top 5 Best Jobs for College Graduates: