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Master’s Degree Means Higher Salary Payoff

Master’s degree graduates in many fields earn significantly higher starting salaries than their counterparts who hold bachelor’s degrees, according to NACE’s September 2012 Salary Survey.

This indicates that there can be a significant “payoff” for the higher-level degree. In many fields, average starting salaries fluctuate by more than 20 percent between master’s and bachelor’s degrees. Read more here…