Best and worst graduate degrees

With the economy still rough, college graduates are turning to graduate school to get more advanced degrees, which would presumably lead to more success in finding a job.

But while we might equate a graduate degree with a better chance of employment and a higher-paying job, different graduate degrees have different rates of success in the job market.

Here’s an infographic (courtesy of Graduate Degree Program) that states which areas of study are doing the best and the worst in terms of salary and employment outlook:


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Posted on May 7, 2013, in News & views and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Crazy. I would pretty much love to go back and study any of the ones on the right side, while the left doesn’t excite me at all.

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