Friday, January 23, 2015

The Highest Paying Jobs To Get With Your Degree

Here is a link to a list of high paying careers that only require a Bachelor’s Degree. You can use this to start planning how your major could connect you to a successful career in the future.

The list includes careers that pay salaries from $55,000 to $104,000 in positions seeking graduates from a variety of majors such as: Nutrition, Labor Relations, Health, Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, Math, Management, Fine Arts, Finance, Economics, Accounting, Computer Science, Supply Chain Management, Information Technology, and related subject areas.

This goes to show that you can find a good job in the future with most majors out there; it’s all about how you prepare and the internships/work experiences you can get while you are in college.

This semester, The Career Center will be offering 2 opportunities for students specifically to see what they could do with their major or to help them figure out their major.

Zarb Alumni Ambassador Series: What Can You Do with a Zarb Major?
Find Your Career Path Before You Graduate
Wednesday, February 18, Common Hour (11:15-12:30), The Career Center
A panel featuring professionals and students will discuss what career fields you can qualify for based on the majors in the School of Business, and give tips on which internships are the best fit based on your goals.
Food and beverages will be served!

No Major, No Problem:
Friday, March 6, 12:30pm-4pm, Axinn Library - East Wing - Room 246
Do you need help in finally choosing your major? This event will offer fun and enlightening workshops that will allow you to learn about yourself and in the process learn which majors will be the best fit for you.  This event will also feature a panel of professionals and faculty that will share their stories on picking their majors and how it lead to their future careers. Arrive early at 12:30 to have some pizza and beverages before we start.

And as always there are campus resources always open and here to help! The Career Center and The Center for University Advisement are two office resources that students can utilize to help them reach their goals!

Nayelli Perez,
Assistant Director

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