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College Degrees That Are Profitable In a Bad Economy

The degrees that are expected to be profitable are Bachelor's in Business Administration, Master's in Business Administration, Bachelor's in Accounting, Associate's in Paralegal Studies, and a Bachelor's in Nursing..

To most people, getting a college degree is one of the most important goals that they must achieve on their road to a successful career. But in recent years, a college degree hasn’t guaranteed employment.

There’s a growing number of college graduates who acquire careers in industries that have no correlation to their degree. This is due in part to a bad economy that has led to stagnation in the job market. There are a few careers that have a high demand right now and it’s only expected that these industries will experience growth in next few years. It’s important to know which degrees these industries will be seeking from their candidates.

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One Response to College Degrees That Are Profitable In a Bad Economy

  1. Truthbeliever Reply

    January 23, 2013 at 9:20 am

    Can’t go wrong with a nursing degree. You can work all over the country. Starting salary about $40,000.00. A variety of specialty areas. Opportunity for upward mobility. Salary increases of about $5,000 every 18 months. I’ve been in the field 20 years and now make about $ 70,000.00 Great access to the best in health care. Stable career with good benefits. Lucrative retirement. The work is not necessarily easy, but the payoff is worth it. Gotta bust your b**t for the degree and be responsible and accountable. Not for the half-cocked.

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