The Future of Your Degree Infographic

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.

Future of Degree Infographic

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This infographic was created by Column Five Media for Rasmussen College.

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