Technology degrees have historically been dominated by men. However, as attitudes in academia and technology fields change, a degree in technology is now an excellent career choice for female students as well. Below introduces four of the most lucrative technology degree options for women and how you can get started in them. Sales Engineer Sales engineers must have excellent interpersonal and technological skills. Since they prepare and deliver product or service presentations, they must have factual knowledge of parts, processes, and functions as well. Engineers work with existing clients and engineers to evaluate equipment needs and requirements and also assist … / Read more »
Did you know? … At graduation, the five majors reporting the highest salaries were: Engineering at $57,500 Computer/Information Sciences at $50,000 Health Professions at 44,000 Mathematics and Statistics at $43,000 Business, Management, Marketing & Finance at $40,000 What does your major say about what you can expect to earn when you graduate? If you want to work in a field related to your major field of study, it might say a lot. If not, it may not be as strong an indicator of what you may be able to earn. Look deeper than the numbers on the surface if you want to … / Read more »
Darrell from Red Rocks Community College asked: “I am preparing to finish my associate’s degree and plan to transfer into a Bachelor of Science program in Healthcare Administration this Fall. Although I am motivated and driven to succeed, I am wondering if I am choosing the best field to guarantee a job when I graduate. Could you please provide me with some advice as to whether or not I am on the right track?” Thanks for your question, Darrell – Before I share some advice with you, I’d like to challenge you to think about how you would answer the … / Read more »
The following infographic presents data on the career outcomes of Spring 2015 college graduates at the time of their graduation. This data was gathered from 51,274 respondents by 67 schools in 28 states using The Outcomes Survey. Additional data, reports and infographics are available on The Outcomes Survey website.
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.