Top-Earning Entry-Level Jobs [infographic]

Top-Earning Entry-Level Jobs [infographic]

Many people would like to have great salaries right after they finish their studies — or even during them. Instead of working many years for a better job position and a better salary, some people choose to go after degrees which will land them with high incomes right from the start. Today our friends from the Credit Score Site show us the top earning entry level jobs and the best paid working fields to go in to.

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10 Comments

  • Reply January 27, 2011

    Impulse Magazine

    Great inforgrpahic. It really breaks everything down to make it seem simple

  • Reply January 27, 2011

    HemiYemi

    OK this really makes a lot of sense dude. Wow.

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  • Reply January 27, 2011

    Luke

    The science field is on every other study but this one?

  • Reply January 28, 2011

    career videos

    Very well done! Petroleum engineer is surprising, unfortunately you have to go to the article circle or a rig in the middle of the ocean to earn it!

  • Reply January 28, 2011

    Brad Alexander

    Petroleum engineer eh. Makes good sense since oil companies are dominating. Potential to get a little stock or equity perhaps.

    Now I’ve just got to figure out what is going to come after petrol and become an engineer in that. That’s where the money’s gonna be.

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  • Reply August 3, 2011

    Rebecca

    Thanks for this informative post. I worked as a part-time drafter on an architectural corporation, well it pays good so far. Petroleum engineering sound new to me.

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  • Reply April 16, 2012

    Ryan

    You forgot to mention pharmacist (like me). We are doctorate (PharmD) trained now, so maybe thats why we were left out. But we make around $110,000 to start.

  • Reply August 11, 2012

    kumar

    i am a fresher electronics and communication engineer.i would like to get a job in telecommunication field in canada and singapore.where to apply and what are the skills required.
    thank you

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