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There are many factors that contribute to the gender pay gap and severe consequences of long-term inequity in pay.
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starting salary projections for the Class of 2022 range from an increase of
5.4% to a decrease of 14.8%.
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Does salary matter to graduates from the college Class of 2021? No … and yes, according to students responding to NACE’s 2021 Student Survey.
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Class of 2020 graduates in the computer and information sciences discipline received the highest average starting salaries at the advanced degree levels.
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What value can a master’s degree have over a bachelor’s degree? For certain majors, the differential in starting salaries is substantial.
The final overall average starting salary for the college Class of 2020 landed at $55,260—2.5% above the final average starting salary for the Class of 2019.
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Starting salaries are expected to increase among many master’s degree majors this year.
Data from NACE’s Winter 2021 Salary Survey show the value of computer sciences majors in the current job market.
The average starting salary projections for all reported categories of majors for Class of 2021 bachelor’s degree graduates show increases, albeit some of them are on the smaller side.
Transportation and materials moving majors earned the highest average starting salary by far among Class of 2019 associate degree graduates.