Among the many resources that rank the top careers, it’s difficult to find one that doesn’t list engineering among the top choices. For aspiring engineers, however, it can be difficult to decide which major or career path in engineering to pursue. Engineering today can incorporate a number of exciting job aspects, pulling in different types of roles and responsibilities tailored to various interests. This provides many different opportunities and avenues for students and aspiring engineers. RevPart has created an infographic that highlights the different types of engineering career paths — including salary information, job outlooks and more! Engineering Employment Outlook … / Read more »
The role of payroll specialist might not be something you’ve heard of before, but it could be the perfect job for you! Read on to find out exactly what they do, how much money they make and the skills you would need to enter this career field. From there, you’ll be ready to decide whether or not being a payroll specialist is in your future! What Do They Do? A payroll specialist is involved with keeping track of the time people spend working, as well as making sure they’re getting paid the right amount for those hours. They make sure … / Read more »
Neuroscience is the study of the nervous system. Some of the fields that you would work in with a neuroscience degree will have to do with the brain and how it affects what people do and how they think. Some neuroscience fields work with diagnosing and treating disorders. The following careers will help you decide which one is right for you once you’ve completed a neuroscience degree program. 1. Neuropsychology Neuropsychology is a subfield of psychology. People in this line of work focus on how the brain affects behavior. They may assess the brain and behavior connection, diagnose any disorders, … / Read more »
Spring 2014 Graduates – One Year After Graduation The following infographic presents data on the career outcomes of Spring 2014 college graduates one year after completing their degrees. This data was gathered from 31, 365 respondents by 39 schools in 21 states using The Outcomes Survey. Additional data, reports and infographics on the 2014 graduating class are available on The Outcomes Survey website.
Timothy from Indiana State University asked: I just graduated with a degree in Psychology. How much do Psychology majors make? I need to know how much I will make so I can be sure I can pay my bills once I am “off my parent’s payroll.” Hi Timothy – Reality time, right! Mom and Dad will only cover your bills for so long. Eventually, you have to bear the cost of being you, and you need a job that will help you do so. How much do Psychology grads make? Well … that depends upon what they choose do when they graduate. Those … / Read more »