April 22, 2013
Considering the price of school, prospective students with college scholarships may wonder which degree choice will benefit them best. Unique fields of study and major concentrations abound for students to choose from, but shooting for certain careers over others may help graduates find monetary success after graduation.
Getting a college degree is known to improve a student's post-graduation income. Data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that on average college graduates made over $13,000 in October, November and December 2011 combined while individuals without a post-secondary degree made a mean of about $6,500 during those months.
Though this suggests an overall success rate for college graduates, Forbes recently noted that the cost of college may be more worth it for students with specific majors.…