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What's the Worth? The Economic Values of College Majors

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What's the Worth? The Economic Values of College Majors
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Publisher: Georgetown University
Number of pages: 182

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The report finds that different undergraduate majors result in very different earnings. At the low end, median earnings for Counseling Psychology majors are $29,000, while Petroleum Engineering majors see median earnings of $120,000.

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