This is what I found on FOXBUSINESS.COM:
As summer approaches and school comes to a close, many college graduates (if they aren’t already) will be hunting for jobs.
And they’ll want to put their college degree to good use. According to data collected by LinkedIn, some of the top college majors that lead to the most “different kinds of jobs” include business administration and management, marketing and psychology, among others.
It’s not a bad time to search for career opportunities, either. In April, U.S. employers added 263,000 jobs — the 119th month of straight gains — and unemployment fell to 3.6 percent, the lowest rate since 1969.
Here’s a list of the 10 most popular jobs for college graduates and their average entry-level salaries, according to LinkedIn.
- Software Engineer ($83,000)
- Registered Nurse ($62,400)
- Salesperson ($31,100)
- Teacher ($40,000)
- Accountant ($48,000)
- Project Manager ($57,500)
- Administrative Assistant ($35,400)
- Account Executive ($55,000)
- Financial Analyst ($59,300)
- Account Manager ($52,900)
Information provided by FOXBUSINESS.COM.
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