For most people completing a four-year course brings a euphoria that only lasts for a while. Because after some time of glossing over your newly acquired bachelorís degree, the urgency to start a career path to pursue suddenly shines on you like a big, giant shadow.
It is time to face the real world and find out just how much can you offer and get with your university education. Fortunately, most companies are ready to welcome fresh graduates in their workforce. With their fresh ideas, optimism, and youthful energy, employers prefer the babe in the woods. Some are given signing bonuses and higher starting salaries.
But who among the graduates are the most in-demand and sought after nowadays? The US National Association of Colleges and Employees said that graduates who majored in the following face favorable future: business, finance and information technology.
The data gathered from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics produced the best jobs for new graduates:
Median annual salary: USD 66,590
Computer systems analysts
Median annual salary: USD 69,760
Computer systems software engineers
Median annual salary: USD 85,370
Median annual salary: USD 54,630
Median annual salary: USD 68,600
Median annual salary: USD 98,720
Median annual salary: USD 90,970
Median annual salary: USD 78,860
Median annual salary: USD 75,930
Median annual salary: USD 69,850