When most of us decide on a career path we consider 2 things: Happiness and money.

And when it comes to happiness, you don’t need a guide, you probably already know the answer to that question.


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But let’s face it, most of us don’t want to work just to be happy, we also want money. So if that’s what you’re concerned about, you should probably consider the following Graduate and Undergraduate degrees.

According to Monstercertain specialized undergraduate programs can actually earn you much more money than graduate programs.

(The "earnings premium" percentage indicates the average earning power you have over high school graduates.)

1. Graduate Programs With The Highest Paying Careers:

  • Medicine/Physician - 184% Earnings Premium
  • Dentistry - 157% Earnings Premium
  • Accounting - 141% Earnings Premium
  • Law - 123% Earnings Premium
  • MBA - 102% Earnings Premium
  • Public Administration - 87% Earnings Premium
  • Education - 86% Earnings Premium

2. Specialized Undergraduate Programs With The Highest Paying Careers:

  • Engineering - 117% Earnings Premium
  • Computer Sciences - 86% Earnings Premium
  • Commerce - 74% Earnings Premium
  • Nursing - 71% Earnings Premium
  • Architecture - 65% Earnings Premium
  • Physical Therapist - 60% Earnings Premium
  • Pharmacist - 58% Earnings Premium
  • Education - 53% Earnings Premium

3. Standard Undergraduate Degrees With The Highest Paying Careers:

  • Social sciences - 38% Earnings Premium
  • Life sciences - 37% Earnings Premium
  • Humanities - 23% Earnings Premium
  • Fine & Applied Arts - 12% Earnings Premium

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