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Friday, 15 April 2011

College Degree Winners and Losers?Salary after Graduate????



College Degree Winners and Losers

Degree Winners and Losers

It's time to separate the college degree winners from the losers.

By Chris Kyle
College sports are filled with winners and losers. Why should college degrees be any different?
A great degree, after all, can lead to a championship career.
With millions of degrees awarded each year, we're here to separate the champs, like information technology and nursing, from the also-rans.
To determine winning and losing degrees, we tracked down what's hot and what's not with HR recruiters. We also looked at salary data, job security, and employment projections for different college degrees and careers.
To the victors go the spoils. So let's get right to it! Our biggest winner is...

Winner #1 - Bachelor's Degree in Finance

Let's start with the simple fact that studying money is an excellent way to make money.
But the real surprise here is that  finance edged ahead of the more general purpose  business digree, in large part because HR recruiters tell us that companies are currently seeking pre-trained employees who don't require training. Finance grads fit this formula and can move easily into accounting or business.
Starting Salary: $47,500
Mid-Career Salary: $91,500
Related Degrees with Distinction:
There's a reason that the most popular degree worldwide is  business. It might not be our first place finisher, but there is no other degree that can match the same kind of versatility and reliability.
The numbers back this up. According to a 2010 student survey released by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), 45 percent of business majors found a job offer by graduation, trailing only accounting students.
Starting Salary: $41,100
Mid-Career Salary: $70,600
Related Degrees with Distinction:

Winner #3 - Associate's Degree in Medical Assisting

Finding a job often involves being in the right place at the right time. For medical assisting students, that time is right now. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, job opportunities for medical assistants will soar 34 percent through 2018, making it one of the fastest growing careers in the country.
Another benefit is that you can train to become a medical assistant by earning an associate degree's in as little as 18 months. certificate programme  are also available.
Starting Salary: $19,379-$30,849
Mid-Career Salary: $24,783-$35,794
Related Degrees with Distinction:

Winner #4 - Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology

Computers are here to stay, and so are the professionals who know how to design, develop, install, and implement computer information systems. Earn a degree in information technology (IT) and you'll be ready to connect to a wide variety of well-paying and stable careers in the exciting IT industry.
Starting Salary: $49,600
Mid-Career Salary: $79,300
Related Degrees with Distinction:
Computer Science

Winner #5 - Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Nursing is the most obvious career to benefit from the growing needs of our aging population. With hospitals looking to cut costs, more nurses are expected to be hired since they can perform some of the same tasks as doctors at a lower cost. But that's not to say nurses don't get paid well for their efforts!
Starting Salary: $52,700
Mid-Career Salary: $68,200
Related Degrees with Distinction:

People you may wonder why this thing i need to post here..it because one reason only...i was thinking, why Our salary in Malaysia toooooooooooooooo lowwwwwwwwwwwwww, even we are graduate in digree.I tought graduate in digree is good  enough or what ..but why our HR in malaysia mostly still refuse to give a bit higher salary for degree student. some of the reason, they prefer a gud exp. or 1 or 2 years exp uhhhh..its complicated..n how about fresh graduate?degree certificate is it not qualified?not enough?why? i said this cos i have a lot of friend still unemployed. They are fresh graduate in degree..yeah maybe mostly of them got a job but mostly their salary average RM700-RM1500..how u can survive with this kind of Salary,your food,your car,your oil,your rent house,your ,cloth,money for parents,basic needs etc ..if u r under our shoe?how?maybe u will feel the same...

come on we study for a good job..but what ? even we r in digree or Master we still hard to get a good job especially in Sabah..
who we need to blame our employer or our economy compare with certain country at abroad. Their welfare better than here..y this thing happen?lot of question in ma mind????i wish there s will be a gud changes in term of Salary in sabah... (gud salary for a gud living)by the way, im happy to be malaysian because we here living in peace and harmony...WE R IN 1 MALAYSIA...

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Friday, 15 April 2011

College Degree Winners and Losers?Salary after Graduate????



College Degree Winners and Losers

Degree Winners and Losers

It's time to separate the college degree winners from the losers.

By Chris Kyle
College sports are filled with winners and losers. Why should college degrees be any different?
A great degree, after all, can lead to a championship career.
With millions of degrees awarded each year, we're here to separate the champs, like information technology and nursing, from the also-rans.
To determine winning and losing degrees, we tracked down what's hot and what's not with HR recruiters. We also looked at salary data, job security, and employment projections for different college degrees and careers.
To the victors go the spoils. So let's get right to it! Our biggest winner is...

Winner #1 - Bachelor's Degree in Finance

Let's start with the simple fact that studying money is an excellent way to make money.
But the real surprise here is that  finance edged ahead of the more general purpose  business digree, in large part because HR recruiters tell us that companies are currently seeking pre-trained employees who don't require training. Finance grads fit this formula and can move easily into accounting or business.
Starting Salary: $47,500
Mid-Career Salary: $91,500
Related Degrees with Distinction:
There's a reason that the most popular degree worldwide is  business. It might not be our first place finisher, but there is no other degree that can match the same kind of versatility and reliability.
The numbers back this up. According to a 2010 student survey released by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), 45 percent of business majors found a job offer by graduation, trailing only accounting students.
Starting Salary: $41,100
Mid-Career Salary: $70,600
Related Degrees with Distinction:

Winner #3 - Associate's Degree in Medical Assisting

Finding a job often involves being in the right place at the right time. For medical assisting students, that time is right now. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, job opportunities for medical assistants will soar 34 percent through 2018, making it one of the fastest growing careers in the country.
Another benefit is that you can train to become a medical assistant by earning an associate degree's in as little as 18 months. certificate programme  are also available.
Starting Salary: $19,379-$30,849
Mid-Career Salary: $24,783-$35,794
Related Degrees with Distinction:

Winner #4 - Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology

Computers are here to stay, and so are the professionals who know how to design, develop, install, and implement computer information systems. Earn a degree in information technology (IT) and you'll be ready to connect to a wide variety of well-paying and stable careers in the exciting IT industry.
Starting Salary: $49,600
Mid-Career Salary: $79,300
Related Degrees with Distinction:
Computer Science

Winner #5 - Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Nursing is the most obvious career to benefit from the growing needs of our aging population. With hospitals looking to cut costs, more nurses are expected to be hired since they can perform some of the same tasks as doctors at a lower cost. But that's not to say nurses don't get paid well for their efforts!
Starting Salary: $52,700
Mid-Career Salary: $68,200
Related Degrees with Distinction:

People you may wonder why this thing i need to post here..it because one reason only...i was thinking, why Our salary in Malaysia toooooooooooooooo lowwwwwwwwwwwwww, even we are graduate in digree.I tought graduate in digree is good  enough or what ..but why our HR in malaysia mostly still refuse to give a bit higher salary for degree student. some of the reason, they prefer a gud exp. or 1 or 2 years exp uhhhh..its complicated..n how about fresh graduate?degree certificate is it not qualified?not enough?why? i said this cos i have a lot of friend still unemployed. They are fresh graduate in degree..yeah maybe mostly of them got a job but mostly their salary average RM700-RM1500..how u can survive with this kind of Salary,your food,your car,your oil,your rent house,your ,cloth,money for parents,basic needs etc ..if u r under our shoe?how?maybe u will feel the same...

come on we study for a good job..but what ? even we r in digree or Master we still hard to get a good job especially in Sabah..
who we need to blame our employer or our economy compare with certain country at abroad. Their welfare better than here..y this thing happen?lot of question in ma mind????i wish there s will be a gud changes in term of Salary in sabah... (gud salary for a gud living)by the way, im happy to be malaysian because we here living in peace and harmony...WE R IN 1 MALAYSIA...

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