Most Valuable College Majors- Bankrate

August 29, 2019

Here in one tidy place you can find a current list of the most Valuable College Majors.

Many of them will lead to a valuable career in our precision machining shops.

The most valuable college majors include naval architecture marine and nuclear engineering and pharmaceutical sciences. We were pleased to see Mechanical Engineering, Transportation Sciences, and miscellaneous Engineering technologies all included in the top spots.

STEM careers add value!

STEM Careers add Value!

The top 10 most valued college majors are:

  1. Naval Architecture And Marine Engineering (Median income: $90,000; Unemployment rate: 1.6 percent, Percent with an advanced degree: 29 percent)
  2. Nuclear Engineering (Median income: $98,100; Unemployment rate: 1.8 percent, Percent with an advanced degree: 56 percent)
  3. Pharmacy Pharmaceutical Sciences And Administration (Median income: $100,000; Unemployment rate: 2.2 percent, Percent with an advanced degree: 58 percent)
  4. Genetics (Median income: $85,000; Unemployment rate: 1.2 percent, Percent with an advanced degree: 76 percent)
  5. Electrical Engineering (Median income: $99,000; Unemployment rate: 2.7 percent, Percent with an advanced degree: 46 percent)
  6. Architectural Engineering (Median income: $74,000; Unemployment rate: 1.5 percent, Percent with an advanced degree: 29 percent)
  7. Aerospace Engineering (Median income: $90,000; Unemployment rate: 2.3 percent, Percent with an advanced degree: 49 percent)
  8. Computer Engineering (Median income: $92,000; Unemployment rate: 2.8 percent, Percent with an advanced degree: 40 percent)
  9. Electrical Engineering Technology (Median income: $76,000; Unemployment rate: 1.8 percent, Percent with an advanced degree: 30 percent)
  10. Materials Science (Median income: $90,000; Unemployment rate: 2 percent, Percent with an advanced degree: 66 percent)
  11. Engineering and Industrial Management (Median Income $72,600; Unemployment rate 1.3%; Percent with an advanced degree: 34%)
  12. General Engineering (Median Income $80,000; Unemployment rate 2.4%; Percent with an advanced degree: 37%)
  13. Applied Mathematics (Median Income $78,200; Unemployment rate 1.8%; Percent with an advanced degree: 49%)
  14. Construction Services  (Median Income $70,000; Unemployment rate 1.9%; Percent with an advanced degree: 11%)
  15. Transportation Sciences and Technologies (Median Income $72,000; Unemployment rate 2.2%; Percent with an advanced degree: 20%)
  16. Mechanical Engineering (Median Income $88,000; Unemployment rate 3.0%; Percent with an advanced degree: 39%)

Cut to #22:

22. Miscellaneous Engineering Technologies (Median Income $70,000; Unemployment rate 2.1%; Percent with an advanced degree: 21%))

Our precision machining shops have career opportunities for those who are STEM minded. 

As the Bankrate study reports:

STEM majors are the most valuable.

 

Bankrate Study: Most Valuable College Majors