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Want a Good Job? Develop Your Math Skills
Posted By Miranda Marquit On 10/06/2011 @ 12:11 pm In Career | 3 Comments
If you are looking for a good job, you might be wise to consider getting a good education in math and engineering. While the value of a college degree  being widely debated these days, you might find yourself wondering if it is worth the trouble. The truth, though, is that some college degrees are worth more than others, and if you are looking for a stable job with good pay, an engineering degree of some sort might be just what you need.
Web sites like PayScale  offer rankings of how much you can make at different jobs, with a fairly low amount of experience, and a four-year degree. If you are looking for some options, here are some of the jobs on the list:
As you can see, there might be some instances when a college degree can pay off. My brother in law is working on an advanced engineering degree to specialize in nanotechnology. When he graduates, he’ll make more than $70,000 – right out of the gate. With the right combination of education, training and experience, you really can make a good living, and be able to afford your student loans .
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