Congratulation graduates, you’ve earned yourself a degree. Now, you might be asking yourself where is that degree going to take you or how much are you going to make throughout your career. A recent study by the National Association of Colleges and Employers found 2012 graduates are earning an average of $44,442. That’s about 4.5 percent more than those who graduated the year before. This is great news for new graduates, and if you’re earning a degree in computer science or engineering, the earning potential has the possibility of being greater. To see the future of your degree, check out our infographic below.
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