Average Salary by Degree/Major Subject for Industry: Employment Services

Industry: Employment Services
Salary by Degree
Degree/Major Subject
National Salary Data 
$0$50K$100K$150K
bachelor of science (bs / bsc)$30,870 - $95,924  
   
bachelor of arts (BA)$30,927 - $71,326  
bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)$35,234 - $138,422  
Master of science (ms)$36,936 - $98,791  
BACHELOR's DEGREE$31,915 - $103,353  
Master of Arts (MA)$31,627 - $70,029  
Associate of Applied Science (AAS)$37,700  
Bachelor of Social Work (BSW / BSocW)$65,000  
Associate of Arts (AA)$70,000  
Bachelor of Liberal Arts (BLA)$35,000  
Associate of Business Administration (ABA)$32,054  
Associate of science (as)$76,000  
bachelor of engineering (beng / be)$75,000  
Master of Education (MEd)$57,000  
MS.eD$50,000  
Master of Business Administration (MBA), Business Administration$42,600  
Bachelor of Accountancy (BAcc)$61,000  
Associate of Arts and Sciences (AAS)$47,500  
HUman Services$43,918  
Associate of general studies$50,500  
Master of Social Work (MSW)$42,500  
Master of Community Development$35,000  
Currency: USD | Updated: 18 Jul 2017 | Individuals Reporting: 255 | About This Data

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