Friday, May 3, 2013

Average Starting Salary for Grads With Bachelor’s Degrees Rises 5.3 Percent

Liberal arts and sciences/general studies and history are the top-paid liberal arts majors for Class of 2013 college graduates, according to results of NACE’s April 2013 Salary Survey.

While Salary Survey doesn’t report all positions obtained for each major, following are some of the job titles for these liberal arts graduates:

  • Liberal arts and sciences/general studies—Teaching positions
  • History—Teaching positions, miscellaneous managers, and paralegals/legal assistants
  • English—Teaching positions; social workers and counselors; miscellaneous managers; and paralegals/legal assistants
  • Visual and performing arts—Teaching positions; producers and directors; artists and related workers; editors, designers, and photographers. 

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