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Choosing a college major is not always easy. There are so many different factors involved. And according to a recent study, your major mattersâ€”especially when it comes to determining your future salary (see related infographic). On the other hand, you should choose a major that you enjoy and that matches your skill set; you want to get good grades, after all. How, then, do you choose the college major that is right for you?
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What’s the value of your degree in dollars? Does your major matter? According to a recent study conducted by Georgetown’s Center on Education and the Workforce, yes, your major mattersâ€”majorly. The study, which is based on newly-released 2009 Census Bureau data, ties salary data to undergraduate majors across a person’s lifetime. And while it’s no shock that bachelor’s degree-holders earn more than those with only high school diplomas, the report shows that there’s a huge income gap between the highest- and lowest-earning majors. Also surprising is the lack of correlation between the highest-earning majors and those majors that are the most popular.
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