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Top 5 College Degrees That Are Actually Worth It (2020)

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Top 10 Highest Paying College Degrees (2020)

This video is about the top 10 highest paying college degrees

I make videos about all aspects of personal finance and how to choose the right college degree is one of the topics that I love talking about. Now, there are many factors that go into this: Job satisfaction, passion, meaning, job outlook just to name a few. But pay is also a big factor that shouldn't be ignored.

So it doesn't matter whether you're going to online college (because of the current situation that will not be named due to monetization purposes, people that are getting online degrees must be happy haha) or a state college, or a private school, it's important that you choose the right degree for your future.

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Which College Degrees Are Worth It in 2020 | Majors Worth the Student Loan Debt

Which College Degrees Are Worth It in 2020 | Majors Worth the Student Loan Debt

I'm giving you guys my honest opinion about which careers are worth going to college for. I get tons of questions about this and wanted to finally share my perspective. This is just my opinion - you should always do what you're passionate about and what is best for you! Just be aware that student loan debt is serious, and you don't want to be left with a degree that can't get you a job to pay back this expensive investment.

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The ONLY degrees to go to college for...

This one is all about the only degrees that are worth going to college for

I've explained this in other videos but college is getting more and more expensive, so expensive here in the US that you pretty much have to think of it as an investment.

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Certain degrees are not worth the investment and certain ones are.

This video is about the ones that are. I kept this one short and sweet, this is a good guide for you to use.

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College Degrees That Earn The Most Money

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What should you study if you want to make the most money in your life? These degrees will set you up for success and make it so that you can one day be rich!

Deciding on a degree is a difficult choice. Although following your passions might be the most sensible, there’s only so many vacancies for football stars, astronauts, movies stars, and models. So getting practical might be the way forward. And if you’re being practical you better start about thinking about the money too. Because, what’s more practical than having enough cash to pay your bills, What degree has the graduate walking away from academia and landing a high paying job? In what subjects do the big dollars lay? That’s what we will try to find out in today’s Infographics Show as we look at– These degrees will make you the most money.

So today we’re looking at five degrees that could have you paying back those fees and putting a dent in the student loan in a matter of months. In the United States there are more than 4500 colleges with programs that vary wildly in cost. The cost of getting a degree is based not only on the tuition fees and the expenses students pay on living, rent, books, transportation etc – there are numerous other costs. Some degree programs are free, some are sponsored by grants, and others accept students on a non-profit basis. Getting a degree will probably cost you anywhere in the range of $0 up to $55,000 and maybe much more when you factor in living costs. Today we’re are looking at five degree programs that should see you getting back that outlay within the first year of employment.

First up and potentially the most lucrative of our five degrees is Petroleum engineering. With an average starting pay of $108,000 this industry is a sure way to start earning big fast. Petroleum engineering relates to the production of hydrocarbons, namely crude oil or natural gas. Once oil and gas exploration has taken place it needs to be extracted from the source and refined into a usable energy source. That’s where petroleum engineers come in. Petroleum engineering focuses requires an in-depth understanding of oil, water and gas within porous rock at high pressure. Graduates of a 4 year degree in petroleum engineering will need a solid understanding of math and science and be prepared to work in far flung places. Oil and gas workers can be offshore for months working on drilling rigs, refineries, and pipelines. After 10 or 12 years a petroleum engineering expert can expect to almost double that salary earning up to $185,000 per year making this the most lucrative career path on our list.


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Useless College Degrees to Avoid in 2020 (Top 8)

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Today we are looking at the most useless college degrees. Now, I AM talking from experience, I have two degrees and you could argue that one is completely useless and the other I was very glad to get.

Today I wanted to save you guys from wasting your time pursuing useless degrees like the one I got and help you instead focus on the ones that might actually make you money, like the other one.

I feel like I need to make something very clear though before we get too deep into this video and that is if you are trying to “follow your passion” there is very little justification for doing that through a degree.

If you want to some of these things you are passionate about there are far more efficient and cheaper ways of doing this that do not involve paying hundreds of thousands of dollars per year and tying up 4 years plus of your life.

Lets start this list off with one of the better useless degrees which is is Mathematics. This degree can still be useful but unfortunately it will require a second degree in another field to be considered truly “valuable”. By itself it does not hold much value.

In 7th place is a business degree.
Now this one is not COMPLETELY useless but it is definitely bad enough to make it onto this list. Business is everywhere and getting a degree in business is like getting a degree in learning.

Next is a degree is psychology/sociology, and this one is hard to put on this list at all because it is SO INTERESTING. But unfortunately the money isn’t there and all this stuff can be learned on Youtube.

Another one that pains me to put on this list is any foreign language.

A degree that just HAS to be worse than this though is communications. While going to college to learn a language may be inefficient, going to college to learn the language you are already speaking is a huge waste of time.

Now in 3rd place we have History. In school my experience with history was memorizing dates and events.

The subject of History has turned into a script used for entertainment. And unless you study history to create content like what is shown LITERALLY on the HISTORY channel or some popular youtube channels or podcasts there isn’t much value for learning this content to the extent a degree will offer.

Definitely worse than history is the 2nd worst degree which is anything to do with art.

There is very little job application for this degree. Most of the content can be best learned through a book. None of the content you learn will every make you money.

Lastly, the number one WORST degree you could get HAS to be gender studies.

Basically the more and more I dug into it I found that it more and more resembled a pyramid scheme. Where people who made the mistake and got into it with a bachelor’s degree dig themselves further into a masters degree so they can teach others about gender studies.

This degree is not only the worst because it is not able to get you a job or income but it makes this special spot on the list because of how aggressively people with this degree or in the degree program will try to recruit you.

Stay very far away from this one at all costs.


At the end of the day, this list may change over time, some degrees may become more useful some may become even worse but a great guideline to follow when making a decision on a degree NOT on this list is:

If you need a degree to do it, it may be worth the time and money.


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The Best Careers To Pursue Without A College Degree (2020)

Here are the 6 highest paying jobs you can get with little to no experience. Many people think you need to go to college to be successful, but that's just not true, not only can you can be successful without a college degree, you can get high paying jobs with a high school diploma - Let me know which job you like best!!!!

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Today I'll share 6 jobs that pay well without a degree and are either some of the highest paying jobs OR they are the fastest growing jobs. All of the best jobs without a college degree require some sort of on the job training and some are more difficult than others. But as with any other high paying job if you want to get 6 figure jobs without college degree you need to have strong work ethic. I'll also share some of my personal favorite best careers without a degree towards the end of this video.

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Top 5 College Degrees That Are Actually Worth It (2020)

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So this is obviously a hugely controversial topic that is raging in our society today. In one camp you have the Pro College side that basically thinks that going to college is the key to success and everyone should do it if they want to be successful. In the other camp (very common here on youtube), you have the side that thinks college is a giant scam and we're all falling for it.

Everyone's situation is different and you should make the decision on whether or not to go to college based on your unique situation

Now in MOST situations, you should NOT go to college if you're passionate about a field where there's not much money. You would be way better off just working in the field, maybe spend your time becoming an influencer in that field or something like that. That experience would be WAY better for you.

Either that or just keep it at a passion and don't go into that field at all

I'll give you an example of a passion of mine that i've kept as a hobby: History. I absolutely love history. Reading about ancient Rome, Genghis Khan, and even as far back as how life evolved in Africa is incredible fascinating to me. I absolutely love reading about these things but I probably wouldn't make any money if I got a history degree.

A much better idea would be for me to start a youtube channel about history. Four years of doing that wouldn't cost much, I'd learn a lot and I guarantee that four years of doing that would make you damn good at it.

Compare that to 4 years of going to college and then you finally get a degree and you've forgotten most of what you learned. You're also probably $40k in debt and can't find a job

The thing is, anything worth building takes TIME, rarely do people ever become overnight successes and even when it does happen you end up finding out later on that they worked for YEARS learning how to perfect their craft before they blew up overnight

Years of working in the dark with no pay, no recognition and no influence

Just grinding away and mastering their craft

Then they blew up, if they hadn't spent all of that time they never would have blown up

This is why I really think the safe bet is to get a safe, stable career and then use that as stable ground to launch off of. Have stability and then chase your passion on the side. It will probably take years to take off so you will need that stability in order to launch

Now when it comes to picking the right industry/career/job etc to go into there are some important things you need to look at

Pay: This one is obvious, if everyone is making $30k a year its obvious that society doesn't value the job enough to pay well. Whether this is right or wrong (teachers being an example, they should definitely be paid more), it is what it is and you need to recognize and accept this. Choose a field that pays at least (on average) $60k+ a year, preferably $80k a year. This does vary depending on how expensive the place you live is of course

Job Satisfaction Ratings:
This one is so important. I see SO MANY people wanting to become doctors, its crazy. I tell them to look into the job satisfaction rating for MDs and its HORRIBLE. MDs are depressed and miserable with their jobs to the point where many switch careers or even end it... Very sad to see. Even though they're making really good money, they get a lot of respect from people in society etc etc it's just crazy and the reason for this is all of the red tape and regulations as well as the huge amount of pressure working those long hours in the stressed environment. Everyone seems to be completely unaware of this and they want to be doctors for some reason and it blows my mind. There are better careers in the medical field to get into in my opinion that have all of the perks without the downsides but thats a topic for another video

Demand:
A general rule of thumb is to not go into a field that's dying or has no demand. This is just a recipe for disaster. You will be fighting other people for job openings, won't be able to find a good job in a desirable location, will have to accept lower pay, worse benefits, being treated badly because they could easily replace you, etc etc etc... It's just not a good move to make

If you take these 4 things into account when choosing the career you want to go into you will make a solid decision and set yourself up to become rich, retire, travel, chase your dreams and live a fulfilling life.

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Top 5 College Degrees That Are Actually Worth It

In this video, I'm going to give you 5 of them plus a few bonus ones at the end of the video so stick around for that.

1. Occupational Therapy Assistants or aid
Pay assistant: the average is around 61k, which is actually a very good salary.
Pay for an aid: might range from 29k to 39k

What you do: you can be an occupational therapy aid or assistant, and your pay will range based on this. However, your job is to perform therapy to bring patients the ability to be able to perform the normal daily task of life.

How to become one: Therapy assistant requires usually a associate degree in the field and to become an aid all you need is a high school diploma and some training. And you’ll also need a certificate in CPR and other basic life support task. And you'll require your license depending on the state.

Overall: it’s a soli job with a lot of potential job growth you can do within 1-2 years depending on if you get into an accelerated program

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2. Information Security Analysts
Pay: you can earn around 99k which around 47 dollars an hour and it's expected to keep growing.

What you would do: You’re basically a high level IT for a company, you are in charge of any breaches with company information, encrypting information, and instantly software to protect information. Its basically being an online security guard.

How to become one: you’ll need a bachelor's degree in computer science or information assurance.

Overall: I think this job is for someone with great Analytical skills and loves problem-solving. But I have seen a few of these guys, and they seem to have a great job, and they also seem to enjoy, and some even start companies.

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3. Nurse Anesthetists, Nurse Midwives, and Nurse Practitioners
Pay: you’ll get around 115k a ton of money.

What you would do:
Anesthetist: You’ll be the person asking the question before an operation and also the person in charge of the anesthesia for the patient. Its life or you know what work.

Midwives: you can deliver babies and assist with your clients and also educate them.

Practitioners: you can actually work this job independently usually. And you’ll usually care for a certain population of people, mental health and so on.

You’ll need: a master degree

Overall: it’s a solid job, where you help a lot of people and earn a lot of money.

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4. Operations Research Analysts
Pay: $84k per year and $40 per hour

What you would do: you basically are in charge of solving business problems and identifying them. In some cases, you might have to create statistical models also. Its basically quantitative problem solving

You’ll need A Bachelor Degree and in some cases even a master's degree. And again its one of those degrees where you can basically also start your own consulting company. I had a professor with a degree in statistics that also advises companies on the weekends.


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5. A few that are good but don’t pay that much
- Medical Assistant: 33k
- Forest Fire Inspectors: 39k
- Mathematicians: 100k but keep in mind this is not simple at all
- Software Development: 103k




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The Best College Degrees in 2020 (Top 5)

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Today we are looking at the best college degrees you can get today that will leave you with an awesome job, tons of money, in a field that is extremely fun to work in.

Picking a good degree while in college is actually a huge decision that most students aren’t ready to make. And they don’t really have any help in making this decision because all of their high school and university counselors chose the wrong degree themselves. Don’t trust these guys to tell you to get a business degree from people whose business failed.

Let’s start with number five on this list is going to be engineering. Civil, mechanical, petroleum and really any other engineering.

I know I am ruining the whole list and ranking by putting ALL of the engineering degrees in 5th place since there are SO MANY different types of degrees you can get with the word “engineering” in them. But for simplicity's sake this IS one of the best types of degrees you can get.

Civil and mechanical engineering is definitely competitive but petroleum engineering is on a completely different level where new grads are starting out with 100k salaries. But depending on what the future holds there could be a huge reversal in this classification.

Either way, engineering provides graduates with some of the highest starting salaries, tons of jobs and high transferability across the different types of engineering. Being able to understand the math, physics and other sciences that allow technology to function is arguable one of the most important skills for the future.

The next one in 4th place is Accounting.

Accounting and by extension any highly professional and specialized concentration in finance can be extremely useful for getting a high paying job. This is because of the natural progression of accounting degrees.

Next, in third place for most useful degree is almost any degree in healthcare.

Now this is different than engineering where I gave every degree a pass because they are all very similar and useful. I will agree that not all college degrees in healthcare are similar and they can be drastically different considering the detail of study you will be going into for each one.

The reason I have lumped all of the healthcare degrees together though is because they are all useful in getting you into med school. Depending on the medical school you want to go to after college you may be limited in your choices of degree paths but generally any degree in healthcare should meet many of the basic prerequisites for med school.

The next degree is a real underdog, you didn’t see it coming and honestly until I did several hours worth of research for this video even I didn’t see it coming, but this next degree is Information technology or IT and it is incredible.

Information technology is basically the industry of connecting people to technology and it is a goldmine of untapped potential in every industry in the world. Many businesses are currently operating with suboptimal IT software and very few small businesses even have access to ANY information technology software.

The gap between IT availability and function now and what it could be for small and large businesses in a decade is just as great and the opportunity for profit is even greater.

But not as high or guaranteed as the next degree, the best college degree, a degree in computer science.

Being a computer science major today basically gives you a free pass in life. This job definitely gets top status because of the current job opportunities and the career runway that computer science has. We are becoming more and more reliant on technology every day and this is basically like getting a degree in technology.

Being able to design software that makes business run faster and independently with automation is one of the most effective ways to leverage your time for money.

Software developers are making 100k right out of college and if you're willing to move to a high cost of living city like Seattle you can literally make the actually the same effective amount of pay but flex on your high school friends with your 300k salary.


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Top 5 College Degrees That Are Actually Worth It (2020)

In this stellar presentation I will be shining a light on which degrees you should ACTUALLY consider spending your hard earned time and money on and which ones you should avoid like wet floors Enjoy :) So this is obviously a hugely controversial topic that is raging in our society today. In one camp you have the Pro College side that basically thinks that going to college is the key to success and everyone should do it if they want to be successful. In the other camp (very common here on youtube), you have the side that thinks college is a giant scam and we're all falling for it. Which side is right? That is the big question and as with all big questions the answer is.... it depends Neither side is objectively right or wrong Everyone's situation is different and you should make the decision on whether or not to go to college based on your unique situation Now in MOST situations, you should NOT go to college if you're passionate about a field where there's not much money. You would be way better off just working in the field, maybe spend your time becoming an influencer in that field or something like that. That experience would be WAY better for you. Either that or just keep it at a passion and don't go into that field at all I'll give you an example of a passion of mine that i've kept as a hobby: History. I absolutely love history. Reading about ancient Rome, Genghis Khan, and even as far back as how life evolved in Africa is incredible fascinating to me. I absolutely love reading about these things but I probably wouldn't make any money if I got a history degree. A much better idea would be for me to start a youtube channel about history. Four years of doing that wouldn't cost much, I'd learn a lot and I guarantee that four years of doing that would make you damn good at it. Compare that to 4 years of going to college and then you finally get a degree and you've forgotten most of what you learned. You're also probably $40k in debt and can't find a job Its a no brainer. Now that we've established that lets talk about degrees that are actually worth it. The thing is, anything worth building takes TIME, rarely do people ever become overnight successes and even when it does happen you end up finding out later on that they worked for YEARS learning how to perfect their craft before they blew up overnight Years of working in the dark with no pay, no recognition and no influence Just grinding away and mastering their craft Then they blew up, if they hadn't spent all of that time they never would have blown up This is why I really think the safe bet is to get a safe, stable career and then use that as stable ground to launch off of. Have stability and then chase your passion on the side. It will probably take years to take off so you will need that stability in order to launch Now when it comes to picking the right industry/career/job etc to go into there are some important things you need to look at Pay: This one is obvious, if everyone is making $30k a year its obvious that society doesn't value the job enough to pay well. Whether this is right or wrong (teachers being an example, they should definitely be paid more), it is what it is and you need to recognize and accept this. Choose a field that pays at least (on average) $60k a year, preferably $80k a year. This does vary depending on how expensive the place you live is of course Job Satisfaction Ratings: This one is so important. I see SO MANY people wanting to become doctors, its crazy. I tell them to look into the job satisfaction rating for MDs and its HORRIBLE. MDs are depressed and miserable with their jobs to the point where many switch careers or even end it... Very sad to see. Even though they're making really good money, they get a lot of respect from people in society etc etc it's just crazy and the reason for this is all of the red tape and regulations as well as the huge amount of pressure working those long hours in the stressed environment. Everyone seems to be completely unaware of this and they want to be doctors for some reason and it blows my mind. There are better careers in the medical field to get into in my opinion that have all of the perks without the downsides but thats a topic for another video Demand: A general rule of thumb is to not go into a field that's dying or has no demand. This is just a recipe for disaster. You will be fighting other people for job openings, won't be able to find a good job in a desirable location, will have to accept lower pay, worse benefits, being treated badly because they could easily replace you, etc etc etc... It's just not a good move to make If you take these 4 things into account when choosing the career you want to go into you will make a solid decision and set yourself up to become rich, retire, travel, chase your dreams and live a fulfilling life. Music by LakeyInspired @ Soundcloud
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10 Highest Paying College Degrees

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The BEST College Degrees For 2020! (LOWEST Unemployment)

2020 has been a tough year with RECORD levels of unemployment for recent college graduates. However, there are some top college majors with the lowest unemployment rates. Here are the The Best College Degrees To Get A Job In 2020 - ENJOY :)

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With the economy doing so poorly and so many people struggling it's about time I talk about the college majors with the lowest unemployment rate in 2020. I will explain 11 college degrees and why they were the top college degrees with most graduates being able to get a job after college. I'll also explain whether or not these majors are worth pursuing in the future. You'll notice that the best college majors to get a job tend to be versatile and give you practical skills. It's also important to note that the top college degrees mean nothing if you don't have internships, internships are SUPER IMPORTant to getting a job after graduation. You can choose one of the most employable degrees, but no work experience will still hurt you in a competitive economy. Lmk would you ever choose one of these best college majors to get a job.

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The LEAST Regretted College Degrees!

The least regretted college degrees and college majors, that's what this video is going to be about. When it comes to choosing a degree, I've got you covered!

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Best College Degrees for 2020

Best College Degrees for 2020

Many high school graduates choose their college major without much due diligence. They simply fail to realize the impact this choice will have on their overall career. It's important to do the proper research before making this potentially lifelong decision so a rewarding career, in more than one way, can be enjoyed. Here are the best college degrees for 2020.

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My 4 BEST College Majors 2020: (Underrated Degrees)

Honestly, there are useless overrated degrees out there. I give my advice on the actual best high paying (college major) degrees I think are the best fit for people like me that want to make as much money with as little energy and time as possible.

From Guessing Student Majors at UC Berkeley to Guessing Student Majors at UC Berkeley to Guessing Majors at Harvard University. The college major degrees videos are hyped up.
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Top 5 College Degrees That Are Actually Worthless 2020

TOP 5 COLLEGE DEGREES THAT ARE ACTUALLY WORTHLESS (2020)
There is a reason why most degrees today aren’t as useful as they used to be. The reason is simple. We now live in a result driven society. Companies are more interested in what you can do than the degree you have in your shelf. Think of it this way. If you were the CEO of a company and two individuals made it to your interview. One of them has a degree in your area of need. The other, doesn’t have a degree in that field, but is vastly knowledgeable and has undertaken 5 or 6 personal projects that well exceed your expectations. Which of these two individuals will you hire.
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Without further ado, Here are the top 5 degrees that you might want to reconsider not going for, in case you wanted to study them in the first place.
NUMBER 1.
ART AND MUSIC.
A lot of the top artists in the music industry do not have degrees in music. And the ones who do have a degree like John legend, Carrie Underwood, lady gaga, Ludacris and Madonna, their degrees are not in music.
John legend studied English with a concentration in African American literature in the University of Pennsylvania.
Lady gaga was studying at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts but dropped out to focus on her music.
Carrie underwood has a degree in mass communication with a concentration in journalism.
Do you still want to go to the university to study music?

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Top 5 Most Meaningful College Degrees - College Majors That Lead to Good Careers

Top 5 Most Meaningful College Degrees - College Majors That Lead to Good Careers

If you want a good job after college, then study majors like software engineering, architecture, Actual Mathematics, Civil Engineering, nursing, medicine, and computer science! Do what you love of course but take a look at these majors if you’re not sure what to study!

Highest Paying College Degrees in 2020

Highest Paying College Degrees in 2020 | Highest Paying Undergraduate Degrees in the USA
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Oh college, a place more magical than Disneyland, and as of lately, more dangerous than the Walking Dead.

For many people college is all about making friends, going out, traveling the world (or as of 2020 the living room) and having the best four years of your life.

For others, however, it all comes down to the money. After all, receiving a higher education is the number one way of climbing the ladder in the U.S. but, exactly by how much?

Well, welcome to Best College Aid, where we will be going down the Top 10 Highest Paying Undergraduate Degrees in the United States.

So without further ado, let’s get started...

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Top 10 College Majors That Lead to Good Careers

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If you want a good job after college, then study majors like software engineering, architecture, Actual Mathematics, Civil Engineering, nursing, medicine, and computer science! Do what you love of course but take a look at these majors if you’re not sure what to study!

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I wanted to break down the costs of going to college and also the benefits of getting a bachelors degree to help you decide if college is worth it for you. I also list some alternatives to going to college as well as some of the top earning college degrees for entry level positions.

Top earning college degrees:

1. Engineering about $80,000+ depending on what
2. Computer Science $75,000
3. Math degrees about $70,000
4. Physicist $65,000
5. Software Engineer $65,000
6. Business $57,000
7. Construction Management $54,000

Trade schools:
Average trade school cost $33,000
Average salary $35,720

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