Average Salary by Degree/Major Subject for Industry: Law Office

Industry: Law Office
Salary by Degree
Degree/Major Subject
National Salary Data 
$0$100K$200K$300K
Bachelor of Arts (BA)$29,814 - $97,988  
   
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc)$30,594 - $123,365  
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)$30,994 - $72,235  
Associate of Applied Science (AAS)$26,219 - $66,803  
Certificate (Cert), Paralegal Studies$29,087 - $69,260  
Associate's Degree$27,924 - $66,977  
Juris Doctor (JD), Master of Jurisprudence, or Master of Law (LLM)$30,913 - $189,068  
Associate of Arts (AA)$29,135 - $80,475  
Bachelor's Degree$26,558 - $138,086  
Master of Science (MS)$32,127 - $295,898  
Master of Arts (MA)$23,658 - $71,517  
Associate of Science (AS)$45,600  
Juris Doctor (JD / Law)$90,000  
Associate of Business Administration (ABA)$39,998  
Bachelor of Liberal Arts (BLA)$34,400  
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)$70,000  
Master of Business Administration (MBA), Business Administration$78,770  
Associate of General Studies$36,800  
Certificate (Cert), Accounting$43,610  
Certificate (Cert)$53,081  
Master of Business Administration (MBA)$68,096  
Associate's Degree, Paralegal Studies$34,000  
Certificate (Cert), Legal Assistant Studies$30,000  
Master of Business Administration (MBA), Finance$42,000  
Bachelor of Business (BB)$28,819  
Certificate (Cert), Legal Secretary Studies$60,000  
Juris Doctor (JD)$60,000  
Bachelor of Arts and Science (BASc)$35,250  
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Business Management$37,500  
Associate's Degree, Business Administration$44,500  
Currency: USD | Updated: 17 Jul 2017 | Individuals Reporting: 510 | About This Data

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