Income By Education Level [Infographic]

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Getting an education isn’t cheap and going to college isn’t easy. So why do so many people do it? For the most part, it’s to achieve more — grow more, learn more, and of course earn more.

Look for your current career in the graph, or the career you want to pursue. If you don’t see the career your looking for, you can find the data here.

Below are a few helpful ways to use this career data:

1. Compare your current salary to the national average. Does that knowledge help you negotiate a raise?
2. If there is a career you’re interested in, the zones along the bottom of the graph will help you know what kind of preparation you’ll need.
3. These careers are some of the most in-demand careers over the next 10 years. You can find a complete list of the hot jobs here.

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  • Alan

    Dental Hygienists make 67,400 a year? You have got to be kidding me. This chart is visually appealing, but I suspect the actual data is off.

    • disqus_5mzWKSTg3O

      I pay my hygienist 400 dollars a day, but she only works at my office 2 days a week.
      She works 2 days a week at another office. If she’s making about the same there, then she’s making well over 70k a year.

    • Craig

      I think you’re confusing a dental assistant with a dental hygienist. Different levels of education and as such different levels of pay.

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  • G JEREMY27

    TO REACH MY GOALS

  • Auntnat781

    seeing how much you can make before you graduate compare to after. Its a big difference!  I like the number I would be getting now

  • Vickieborum

    just looking on this site for information about a job a us bank in downtown cinicnnati ,ohio

  • Donnalmusto

    not interested

  • arlyne

    no comments

  • Mugsy_w

    KEEP  IT  REAL

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