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    Estimate How Much You Could Earn With A Graduate Degree

    Thinking about grad school? Estimate your earning potential before you enroll.
    Updated: October 23, 2013

    What You'll Learn

    • How to identify the "real" value of a grad school program.
    • How much you're likely to earn with a degree from specific grad programs.
    • The most common jobs secured by recent graduates of those programs.
    Grad School Salary Estimator

    Going to grad school could make it easier for you to find employment and land a bigger paycheck when you enter the job market. But, for most people, more school also means taking on more student loans.

    Depending on the program you pursue, an advanced degree might be worth the debt. Unfortunately, there are no guarantees about that.

    To help you figure out how different grad programs will impact you, choose from the options below to learn about the jobs and salaries of recent graduates from programs you’re considering. (Please note that this data is current as of 2013.)

    What type of grad degree are you considering?

    Where is the grad school you're considering?

    What's the name of the grad school you're considering?

    Information provided is estimated and is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal, financial, or other personal advice. Starting salary information is based on national averages.

    Data provided by Job Search Intelligence, LLC. All rights reserved.

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