Three jobs with highest starting salaries
The Jakarta Post
Choosing a college major can be overwhelming as not every student knows what type of job they want.
Although passion is important, one must also consider the job’s sustainability as well as the salary.
Kompas.com has compiled three bachelor degrees with the highest starting salaries.
Math lovers may want to consider an accounting degree.
According to Salary Survey 2018, which was conducted by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), accountancy is among the best-paying jobs in the United States and United Kingdom.
The survey revealed, as reported by Top Universities, that the starting annual salary for a Bachelor’s degree in the US is US$50,833 per year.
Meanwhile in the UK, accounting graduates can earn around $35,500 annually.
Ask your parents or grandparents, they will agree that the engineering field has a promising future.
In the US, fresh graduates in software engineering can earn around $70,073 per year. Meanwhile, the starting salary for electrical engineers is $67,358.
In the UK, the starting annual salary for a Bachelor’s degree in engineering is $35,550.
The research also revealed that chemical engineering is currently a lucrative field in the UK as graduates can earn around $39,400 annually.
As the digital age is here, IT-related fields have become more lucrative.
The survey discovered that in the US, the starting salary for a computer science graduate is $66,005.
In the UK, computer programming graduates can earn around $43,800 annually. (jes/wng)
- Own up to mass Muslim detentions, Amnesty tells China
- Indonesian teenager survives 49 days adrift in Guam waters
- Mount Anak Krakatau erupts, ‘caution’ status maintained
- Insight: New development pathway for Indonesia
- Flights not yet affected by Mt. Anak Krakatau eruption, authorities say
- Brotherhood chief, 65 others get life for Egypt attack
- Trump's tariffs on $200b of Chinese imports kick in
- Journalist murdered in Mexico, ninth of 2018
- Supreme Court pick's accuser agrees to testify Thursday
- Nike-Kaepernick: A marriage of ideals?